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Folk Songs of Gloucestershire, sung by HARRY
Songs from Pillicock Hill (Alec Rowley ), sung by BETTY WHEATLEY
Story, ' The Hidden City ' (John Buchan )
Piano Solos by Eric FOGG


Unknown: Pillicock Hill
Unknown: Alec Rowley
Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Piano: John Buchan
Solos By: Eric Fogg

: Playwrights of the North—I

The Station
A Drama in Three
Mary Richardson (a reporter) HYLDA METCALF
Time : February, 1920.
Act 1. Scene 1.
The Drawing-room at Tree-top House, Oldham.
Scene 2.
The same-some hours later.
Act II. Scene 1.
The same-5.0 p.m. next day.
Scene 2.
The same-some hours later.
Act III. Scene 1.
The Manager's Office at the Firefly Mill—three - months later, morning.
Scene 2.
The same—afternoon.
Scene 3.
Drawing-room at Treetop House, a few hours later


Unknown: James Lansdale
Unknown: Mary Richardson
Reporter: Hylda Metcalf
Helen Shaw (Roger's: Kathleen Fair
Roger Shaw (her: D. E. Ormerod
Daniel Phipps (col lector of fiddles and prints: F. A. Nichols
Nancy Shaw (Roger's second wife): Margaret Halstan
James Shaw (Roger'sson: H. R. Williams
Dick Webb .: Charles Nesbitt
Alice Hardcastle (an old school friend of Roger's): Lucia Rogers
Sarah (housekeeper at Treetop House): Berenice Melford
Peter O'Grady (Helen's fiancé): W E Dickman
Sir Raglan Mortimer (a financier): George Bernard Smith
Ned Robinson (manager of the Firefly Mill): J. Edward Roberts

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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.

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