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: Famous Northern Resorts Buxton

A CONCERT BY THE
BUXTON PAVILION GARDENS AUGMENTED
ORCHESTRA
Musical Director, HORACE FELLOWES
Relayed from the Pavilion Gardens

Contributors

Director: Horace Fellowes

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

A Day for the Tiny Tots
Reminiscences of Childhood Days. by Eric FOGG Nursery Rhymes, sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
A Fairy Story, told by ROBERT ROBERTS

Contributors

Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Told By: Robert Roberts

: ' Peter Calling

A Wireless Mystery in Three Scenes by ' WESTHORFE '
(Dramatized by kind permission of Messrs.
J. Monro and Co., Ltd., Glasgow)
Presented by THE STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS
Cast :
SCENE 1: John Smith's sitting-room SCENE 2 : James Westover's office
SCENE 3 : Up the river at Barnes
Incidental Music by the STATION QUARTET

Contributors

Unknown: J. Monro
John Smith (a Wireless Enthusiast): E. H. Bridgstock
Mary Smith (his Wife): Lucia Rogers
Tommy Smith (their Son): Kenneth Burchill
James Westover (a Consulting Engineer): D. E. Ormebod
Miss Grey (his Stenographer): Edith Toms
Anthony Drysdale (his Friend): Harold Cluff
Captain Marsden (a Retired Skipper): F. A. Nicholls
Beryl Marsden (his Daughter): Hylda Metcalf
Peter: ?? ?
Sam Hicks (a Boatman): Joe Henty








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