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: The CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Queen and the Washerwoman '
A Legend of St. Brandon's Hill, Bristol by DOROTHY Worsley
' Let's Pretend '—II
What Play shall we do ? by CONSUELO DE REYS

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Worsley
Unknown: Consuelo de Reys

: EGWYL GYMRAEG

A WELSH INTERLUDE
(From Swansea)
' Pynciau'r Dydd Yng Nghymru ' Yy Athro E. ERNEST HUGHES
' Current Topics in Wales '
A Review in Welsh by Professor E. ERNEST HUGHES

Contributors

Unknown: Dydd Yng Nghymru
Unknown: Yy Athro E. Ernest Hughes
Unknown: Professor E. Ernest Hughes

: ' Phantomime '

A Ghostly Programme by DOROTHY EAVES
Artists :
GLYN EASTMAN; ELSIE EAVES; SIDNEY EVANS ; JOHN RORKE ; MARY CARDEW ; NAN PORTER ; Richard BARRON ; THE WEST REGIONAL TRIO
A winter's evening, a log fire and a family party gathered in an old country house—could any circumstances be more conducive to a ghostly visitation ? But fear not, gentle listener, the headless corpse, the clanking chain are not for us-rather the friendly, gentle ghosts of the past.

Contributors

Programme By: Dorothy Eaves
Unknown: Sidney Evans
Unknown: John Rorke
Unknown: Mary Cardew
Unknown: Nan Porter
Unknown: Richard Barron








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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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