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: The Children's Hour

Emma Morgan
' Y Blodau Arian ' (The Silver Flowers)
(From Swansea)


Unknown: Emma Morgan
Unknown: Blodau Arian

: Daventry National Programme ' H

ere and There ' by STEPHEN KING HALL


Unknown: Stephen King

: Summer Laughter

(No. 2)
Adapted from a French Farce of the Fifteenth
Cliaracters :
Scene :
Paris, many years ago-outside the pastry-cook's shop on a cold, late afternoon
Play adapted for broadcasting and produced by CYRIL WOOD
T AUGHTER is welcome, at all seasons of the year, but in summer particularly our inclinations in matters of plays are more in the direction of comedy than of strong, serious drama. Tonight we continue ' Summer Laughter ' with this amusing and simple little French farce, which was postponed from the first programme of the series. There is doubtless a moral somewhere in the play, if you care to look for it, but. for those disinclined to make the mental effort there is plenty of good, honest, knockabout fun.


Produced By: Cyril Wood
Produced By: T Aughter
Windfed Vagabonds: W S A Brown
Leanface Vagabonds: George Holloway
Gautier, a pastry-cook: Gordon Boyd
Marion, his wife: Dorothy Holloway

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