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: The Tuesday Midday Society's Concert

Relayed from the Houldsworth Hall A Special Christmas Carol Concert by THE MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL CHOIR
Conducted by Dr. A. W. WILSON


Conducted By: Dr. A. W. Wilson


S.B. from Leeds
Christmas Eve Revels
PUNCH and JUDY visit the Children's Hour and perform to a party of invalid children who are having tea in the studio

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)

: ' Scrooge'

Adapted by J. C. BUCKSTONE
From ' A Christmas Carol,' by CHARLES DICKENS
Incidental Music by DORA BRIGHT
Scene: Scrooge's Office, about 6.0 p.m., on December 24


Music By: Dora Bright
Scrooge: Leo Channing
Bob Cratchet: F. A. Nicholls
Mr Middlemark: George Bernard Smith
Fred Wayland: A. G. Mitcheson
The Ghost of Jacob Marley: D. E. Ormerod
Fanny: Hylda Metcalf
Boy: Donald Burke
The Spirit: Evelyn Maxwell
Mrs Catchit: Berenice Melford
Belinda: Kathleen Keogh
Girl: Eileen Keogh
Marthal: Edith Toms
Tiny Tim: Arthur Lyons
Mr Worthington: Michael Voisey
The Boy in the Street: Charles Nesbitt

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