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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Reading, ' Westward Ho ! ' (Charles Kingsley )

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kingsley

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Confections and Sweet Things to Eat. The Store Cupboard and The Market (Hunt). Sung by Betty Wheatley.
There's many a Slip (Hancock) ; Blackberrying,
Nutting (Cormichael). Sung by Harry Hopowell. 'Hot and Strong' (Southwold), 'The Witch's Cakes' (Braidwood). Told by Hylda Metcalf

: 'SHAKE THE BOTTLE

An Entirely New Tonic Revue in Several Doses, by HUGH H. FRANCIS
Additional Sketches : ' Betty, Bertie, and a Balcony,' and ' Wonderful Women,' by EDWIN LEWIS
Music by Well-known Composers
Principal Medicos : MARJORIE FARNHAM
COLLEEN CLIFFORD
HYLDA METCALF
EDITH TOMS
NORRIS PARKER
D. E. ORMEROD
CHARLES NESBITT
W. E. DICKMAN
HAROLD CLUFF
F. A. NICHOLLS
LEO CHANNING
CHORUS OF LADY DOCTORS
FULL STATION AND PROPHYLACTIC ORCHESTRA
A Novelty Interlude, ' The Hon. ADOLPHUS ON THE TELEPHONE’ between Parts ad II

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh H. Francis
Unknown: Edwin Lewis
Unknown: Marjorie Farnham
Unknown: Colleen Clifford
Unknown: Hylda Metcalf
Unknown: Edith Toms
Unknown: Norris Parker
Unknown: D. E. Ormerod
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: W. E. Dickman
Unknown: Harold Cluff
Unknown: F. A. Nicholls
Unknown: Leo Channing








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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