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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Stories—Songs—Syncopation
Will include a tale of Kimbolton Castle by E. W. GRIERSON and the MATTHEW Bros.

Contributors

Unknown: E. W. Grierson

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GEN
ERAL NEWS BULLETIN, followed by Local News

: 'The Eve of All Souls'

A Miracle Play in Four Scenes by BERNARD WALKE
Characters :
Mary Tregenza , the Bride Her Mother Her Father Sarah Jane
William Henry Neighbours Daft Willie f Silas Penberthy
John Trevorrow , the bridegroom
Voices of those who have died in the Parish for the year
Priest, Choir, Bell-ringers' and Villagers
Scene 1 : Dressing the bride
Scene 2: Outside the church during the wedding
Scene 3 : The home of Bride and Bridegroom Scene 4 : The church at night
Performed by THE ST. HILARY PLAYERS
Relayed from ST. HILARY, CORNWALL
Produced by BERNARD WALKE
Directed by FILSON YOUNG

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Tregenza
Unknown: Sarah Jane
Unknown: William Henry Neighbours
Unknown: Daft Willie
Unknown: Silas Penberthy
Unknown: John Trevorrow
Produced By: Bernard Walke
Directed By: Filson Young








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