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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR :

Play, ' Abou Hassan ,' adapted from 'The Arabian
Nights ' (Mabel Bennett )

Contributors

Unknown: Abou Hassan
Unknown: Mabel Bennett

: 'HUSBANDS UNLIMITED'

Being an adventure of James Augustus , by STUART READY
, A Farcical Duologue
Presented by THE MICROGNOMES
James Augustus is just an ordinary sort of young man who is whiling away the tedium of a wet Saturday afternoon by making himself as comfortable as possible in the seclusion of his ' den.' Ho feels the security of his bachelor stronghold but, before his affairs this evening are over, there will bo reason for doubt as to whether his stronghold is so impregnable as he bolieves at the moment.

Contributors

Unknown: James Augustus
Unknown: James Augustus
James Augustus: Charles Stapylton
Beryl Vernon: Pauline Carr

: A Chamber Music Concert

THE MARGERY MOORE STRING QUARTET:
SYLVIA HILL (first violin), CHRISTINA McLEOD
, MARGERY MOORE (Viola), MARGOT READ
(Violoncello)

Contributors

Unknown: Margery Moore
Violin: Christina McLeod
Viola: Margery Moore
Viola: Margot Read








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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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