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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS :

Mr. W. H. BARKER , ' Studies of African Life—
Black South Africa'

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. H. Barker

: A Ketelbey Programme

The NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA Overture, dial Romano ' (Gipsy Lad)
Sanctuary of tho Heart Waltz, ' Appassionata '
Devotion
In a Persian Market

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR :

Juggled Jogrophy
Spanish Ballet (Desormes), played by The NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. A Story.
' The Captured Bugle,' by Raymond Raife
A Monologue : ' Jassmine in London'
The Rev. Bridgwood : The Jackdaw of Rheims'
(The Ingoldsby Legends')

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Raife

: Minuets and Gavottes

The Northern Wireless Orchestra

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)

: Yorkshire Coast and Derbyshire Dale

Part I ' The Smugglers '
By P. HOOLE JACKSON
Cast:
Other members of Spark's land-party :
Supported by STANLEY R. MAHER and His MERRY MEN and the NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
The Yorkshire coast between Searborough and Whitby, near the villages of Clonghton, Bumiston and Cayton Bay
Part II
' King's Messenger ' By DENTS L. and RONALD G. PERRY
Cast:
Her Postillions: Supported by STANLEY R. MAHER and His MERRY MEN and the NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA The episode takes place during the reign of His Majesty King George IV, in and around the 'Green Man,' a famous hostelry in the village of Ashbourne, which lies in the midst of that wild stretch of country just south of Button.

Contributors

Unknown: P. Hoole Jackson
Unknown: Stanley R. Maher
Unknown: Ronald G. Perry
Captain Martin Sparks (captain of tho Hirondelle and the smugglers' chief): D. E. Ormerod
Elias Bangs (his mate and right-hand man): A. G. Mitcheson
Gaffer Clay (an old countryman) F: A Nichols
Solly Walters (one of the land-party): W. E. Dickman
Farmer Crabtreo (a local farmer): G B 'Smith
Molly Board (Captain Spark's fiancée): Hylda Mbicali-
John Board (her father—landlord of the Black Horse: Robert Tamar
Will Griffin: Michael Voisey
Tom-Kettlo: J Edward Robert
Mark Clyne: Arthur Clifto
Ephraim (host of ' Tho Hod Hind ot Edensohl): G. B Smith
Granfer Nod (a rustic): F A Nichols
Slow Jargo (his son-a smith): Charles Nesbite
Tho Dowagor (a groat lady): Lucia Rogers
Bob: H R Williams
Jasper: A G Mitcheson
Tho Rider: D E Ormerod








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