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: THE CHILDREN’S HOUR

' Dreams and Nightmares '
Including the reading, 'The Seller of Dreams,' by Stephen Southwold

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Southwold

: ' The Bishop's Candlesticks'

A PLAY by NORMAN MCKINNEL
Founded on an incident in Victor Hugo 's novel,
‘ Les Miserables ’
Presented by THE MICROGNOMES
A broadcast version of Norman McKinnel ’s famous play of the early nineteenth century. The scene is the kitchen of the bishop's cottage in France, about thirty miles from Paris, and we must draw attention to the two handsome candlesticks on the mantlepiece which appear strangely out of place in their simple surroundings.

Contributors

Play By: Norman McKinnel
Unknown: Victor Hugo
Unknown: Norman McKinnel
The Bishop: Charles Stapylton
The Convict: Eric Morden
Persome, the Bishop's sister, a widow: Pauline Carr
Marie: Stella Dering
Sergeant of Gendarmes: John Everard

: Lieut.-Colonel W. P. Drury, C.B.E.

'James Cook, Captain Courageous'
Relayed to London and Daventry

Contributors

Speaker: Lieut.-Colonel W.P. Drury, C.B.E.








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