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6.0 A. WATKIN JONES: 'Robinson Crusoes in Society'

: NORMAN LONG

(Entertainer at the Piano)

: 'The Last Infirmity'

A Play in One Act by FREDERICK SYDNEY
David Streatham , a composer of promise, lost some of his ambition when he returned from the War, blinded and in shattered health. He sought peace and healing in a cottage in Somerset, and he tried to forget Cicely, his former fiancee, who had married a business man, Victor Fordyce.
David believes that Fate has left him in a shady backwater, but he is called to make the choice between Love and Art.

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Sydney
Unknown: David Streatham
Unknown: Victor Fordyce.
David Streatham: Hedley Goodall
Audrey Halston: Eileen Stanton
George: Percy Hook
Cicely Fordyce: Margaret Davies
Victor Fordyce: Ivor Maddox

: John Bunyan Tercentenary Celebration

Speech by Col. JOHN BUCHAN, M.P. Relayed from The United Free Church Assembly Hall.
S.B. from Edinburgh

Contributors

Speaker: Col. John Buchan








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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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