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: The Children's Hour

' Old KING Cole '
By CLIFFORD BAX
Arranged as a Dialogue Story
Presented by THE BATH CITIZEN HOUSE PLAYERS relayed from
THE SUMMER SCHOOL OF Dramatic ART,
CITIZEN HOUSE, BATH

Contributors

Unknown: Clifford Bax

: Miss E. PICTON TrjRBERVILL I The Vale of Glamorgan '

FOR many centuries the Turborvill family has lived in Ewenny Priory, the wonderful old Norman stronghold in the lovely Vale of Glamorgan. It is fitting that a membor of this family should tell us tho romantic story of this pleasant countryside.

: Egwyl Gymraeg

Mr. T. O. PHILLIPS:
'Beirdd Morgannwg yn yr unfed ganrif ar bymtheg '
ON March 23, Mr. Phillips occupied tho
Welsh Interlude with a talk on Tendencies of Modern Welsh Literature. Today, his subject is more remote, but none the less fascinating.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. T. O. Phillips:

: The Besses o' th' Barn Band

Musical Director, FRED BOYLE , Mus.B.,
F.R.C.O.

Contributors

Director: Fred Boyle

: Two One-Act Plays

Presented by THE BATH CITIZEN HOUSE PLAYERS
Relayed from THE Summer School of DRAMATIC ART, Citizen HOUSE, Bath
'THE DWELLER IN THE Darkness '
A Play of the Unknown by REGINALD BERKELEY
Characters :
Mrs. Vyner Henry
Phillis Vyner
Mortimer Vyner
Professor Urquhart
Scene : The cardroom of a country house, after dinner
' The LOVELY MIRACLE' by PHILIP Johnson
Characters :
The Daughtei
The Mother
The Neighbour The Young Man
Scene : The living-room of a country cottage, just after sunset

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Berkeley
Unknown: Mrs. Vyner Henry
Unknown: Phillis Vyner
Unknown: Mortimer Vyner
Unknown: Philip Johnson








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