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: Mr. LYNDON HARRIES: Husbands and Wives in English Literature-VI, Some Moderns'

In this talk Mr. Lyndon Harries will conclude his diverting series on Husbands and Wives. He discovers a tendency in modern literature to make wives somewhat shrewish and, incidentally, the curse of their husbands' lives—but, so far as literature is concerned, that's as old as Noah.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Lyndon Harries

: BOBBY'S STRING ORCHESTRA

Relayed from Bobby's Cafe, Clifton, Bristol

: An Orchestral Concert

With Welsh Artists
National Orchestra of Wales
(C,crddorfa Gencdiaethol Cymru)
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Romance Unlimited

More Adventures of the Firm of CUPID AND CO. by DOROTHY EAVES
The. Victims include
ELSIE EAVES
WILLIAM WORSLEY
DOROTHY EAVES
JOHN RORKE
Tirs STATION ORCHESTRA
Conducted by WARWICK BRAITHWAITE
The famous firm of Romance. Unlimited, which ivas incoporoted in Lhe year 1, manufactures nomances, and turns them out at the rate of thousands per week. In the Head Office nil I.ovo Affairs are mapped out and started on their way, and the Stuff is kept hard at work sorting out suitable couples. Mr. Cupid is not in the light attire popularly associated with him, but is nowadays faultlessly attired in a merninp suit, complete with silk. hat and expensive buttonhole.

Contributors

Unknown: Elsie Eaves
Unknown: William Worsley
Unknown: Dorothy Eaves
Unknown: John Rorke
Conducted By: Warwick Braithwaite
Mr Cupid, the Managing Director: Richard Barron
His Secretary, Miss Chance: Betty Tregarne
The Office Boy, Puck: Sidney Evans








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