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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Dr. J. E. MYERS , Ten Great Scientists-VII, Miehaul Faraday '

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. J. E. Myers
Unknown: Miehaul Faraday

: ORCHESTRAL Music

, relayed from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre. Conducted by STANLEY. C. MILLS

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Songs from the Kiddie's Book—' Apple Tree,' ' Robin and Pussy,' ' Billy Button,' sung by Betty Wheatley. Two Seventeenth-Century Songs, sung by Harry Hopewell—' Dulce Domum,' ' When the King enjoys his own again.' A Short Grieg Recital by Eric Fogg.

: VIOLET ESSEX AND TUCKER,

The Singing Violinist

: BAND MUSIC AND HUMOUR

THE SKELMERSDALE OLD PRIZE BAND, conducted by RICHARD FARRINGTON
STAINLESS STEPHEN (Entertainer) Stainless Stephen, the harbinger of Spring BAND
STAINLESS STEPHEN in a further Interlude
BAND

Contributors

Conducted By: Richard Farrington
Unknown: Stainless Stephen
Unknown: Stainless Stephen

: 'THE LAUGHTER OF FOOLS'

A Comedy in Three Acts by H. F. MALTBY
Cart (in order of speaking) :
Arranged for broadcasting and produced by VICTOR SMYTHE Time : The Present
Act I. The drawing-room at ' The Laurels '— evening
Act II. The same-next morning
Act III. The hall at ' The Laurels '-afternoon of the same day
Interludes by the STATION QUARTET

Contributors

Unknown: H. F. Maltby
Produced By: Victor Smythe
Mabel Cricg: Edith M Toms
Mrs Grieg: Lucia Rogers
Bertio Griog: Harold Cluff
Elizabeth: Ella Forsyth
Doris Henley: Hylda Metcalf
Lt -Col John Basset Grieg: Leo Channing
Hubert Hughes: Michael Voisey
Capt Charles Vidal: W E Dickman
Mr Nuttall (of Nuttall and Noakes, House and Estate Agents): E. H. Bridgstock
Mr Plunket ( a representative of the London and Great Southern Railway): D. E. Ormerod
Taxi Driver: Gus Elkington








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