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relayed from Daventry.

: Industry and Art: Wisdom from Pots and Potters

Mr. Isaac J. Williams, Keeper of Art in the National Museum of Wales.

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Speaker: Isaac J. Williams

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S.B. from London.

: The Home Life of the Common Buzzard

by H. Morrey Salmon.

Contributors

Speaker: H. Morrey Salmon

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S.B. from London.

: How They Look at the World

The Rev. Charles Porter, Vicar of Congresbury-with-Wick St. Laurence.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. Charles Porter

: The Valve Set

in Song and Story.

Opening Chorus, One by One - F. Cecil
The Company, Tea and Cider.
Frank Evans, Oh, Could I - Malhamhon
Lilian Lewis and Sidney Evans, Candid Lovers - F. S. Wilcock
Grace Howells, Japanese Love Song - Brake
The Company, A Trip to Barry - Newman
Vera McComb Thomas
Idyll - Medtner
The Swan - Palmgren
Sailor's Horn Pipe - Dalhousie Young

The Burglar
A Comedy in One Act, by Clarence Ponting.
Bad weather has driven Mr. and Mrs. Quest back from their holiday motor tour a day earlier than they expected. At about 10.30 p.m. they are standing outside the front door of their charming, but somewhat isolated, country bungalow, in the rain. Jim carries a luncheon basket, and his wife is laden with luggage, rugs, etc. Jim is the first to speak.

Frank Francis, The Sergeant-Major - Longstaffe
Lilian Lewis, The Little Shepherdess - M. West
Grace Howells and Frank Evans, Land of Dreams - Hedley and Strachy
Sidney Evans, Perfect Gentleman - Nelson Jackson
The Company, Spanish Burlesque - Dick Henty

Contributors

Singer: Frank Evans
Singer: Lilian Lewis
Singer: Sidney Evans
Singer: Grace Howells
Pianist: Vera McComb Thomas
Singer: Frank Francis
Produced and Directed by: Sidney Evans
Jim Quest (The Burglar): Sidney Evans
Lily Quest (His Wife): Lilian Mills

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S.B. from London.








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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