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: Transmission to Schools

Mr. Eric Barber , B.A., " The Story of England's Playmakers -(10) Powder and Patches."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Eric Barber

: Radio Association Talk

Mr.
G. Stephenson , Durham, " Unusual Aerials and Earths."

Contributors

Unknown: G. Stephenson

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. DESMOND MacCARTHY :
Literary Criticism. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Desmond MacCarthy

: CHOPIN.

interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI. S.B. from London.

: THE STATION REPERTORY COMPANY

in " A Little Fowl Play," A Farce in One Act, by Harold Owen.
Presented by ERIC HARBER.
Cast :
Mind Picture : Picture the study at the Warrens' flat, 13, Balfour Mansions, Balham. It is the room of a literary man, furnished inexpensively but in good taste. Gilbert Warren is one of those authors who, up to the present, has lived mainly on hopes, and now even they have given out. He is out at the moment, engaged upon his daily fruitless pursuit of publishers. Meantime the study is occupied by his poor little wife, who sits despondently awaiting his return.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Owen.
Presented By: Eric Harber.
Unknown: Gilbert Warren

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Fiction Series : Mr. E. MASCHWITZ reading a Short Story. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. E. Maschwitz

: A Concert Party.

THE " RADIO FOLLIES."
MAMIE WATSON
(Soubrette).
FLORENCE OLDHAM
(At the Piano).
W. ASHTON (Soprano).
REG . PALMER (Comedian).
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
(Entertainer).
HAROLD KIMBERLEY
(Lyric Baritone).

Contributors

Unknown: Mamie Watson
Unknown: Florence Oldham
Soprano: W. Ashton
Soprano: Reg Palmer
Unknown: Lawrence Anderson
Unknown: Harold Kimberley








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