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: The Children's Hour

'The Magic Lantern'
An Adventure unfolded in song and story

: The First News

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by West Regional Announcements

: Sea Yarns and Shanties

An hour with the Bristol Shiplovers' Society
Relayed from The Seamen's Institute, Bristol
This broadcast follows closely the ordinary proceedings of the Society's fortnightly muster, and, with two exceptions, all taking part are old sailing-ship men.
Sea Songs by Glyn Eastman (Baritone)
Shanties by Old Bristol Deep Sea Sailors
Shanty Man, Shipmate Lombard
Stories and yarns by Captain Corfield, Captain Olsen, Captain Watkins and A.G. Powell

Contributors

Baritone: Glyn Eastman
Singers: Old Bristol Deep Sea Sailors
Singer: Shipmate Lombard
Storyteller: Captain Corfield
Storyteller: Captain Olsen
Storyteller: Captain Watkins
Storyteller: A.G. Powell

: Jane Eyre

by Charlotte Bronte
Adapted by Barbara Couper and Howard Rose
Cast: [see below]
(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Author: Charlotte Bronte
Adapted by: Barbara Couper
Adapted by: Howard Rose
Jane Eyre: Lilian Harrison
Mr. Rochester of Thornfield Hall: Milton Rosmer
John Reed: D. Morgan
Eliza Reed: Marguerita Moreton
Georgina Reed: Dorothy Dickinson
Bessie, servant to Mrs. Reed: Josephine Shand
Mrs. Reed, Jane's Aunt: Fanny Wright
Mr. Lloyd, a Doctor: Arthur Keane
Helen Burns, a Schoolgirl: Valentine Dunn
Mr. Brocklehurst, a Schoolmaster: Gordon McLeod
Miss Temple, a Schoolmistress: Floy Penrhyn
Mrs. Fairfax, Mr. Rochester's Housekeeper: Florence Marks
Adele, Mr. Rochester's Ward: Joyce Moore
Grace Poole: Grace Allardyce
His servants: Leah: Josephine Shand
His servants: John: Tom Heslewood
Lady Lynn: Renee de Vaux
Blanche Ingram, Guest at Thornfield Hall: Josephine Wilson
Henry Lynn: Anthony Pendrill
Mason: Arthur Goullet
Mr. Briggs, Solicitor: Walter Fitzgerald
Hannah, St. John Rivers' Housekeeper: Margaret Coleman
St. John Rivers, a Parson: Ivan Samson
His sisters: Diana: Floy Penrhyn
His sisters: Mary: Doris Blagrove
Woods, an Innkeeper: John Fernald
Woods, an Innkeeper: Tita Casartelli
Schoolgirl: Heather McIntyre
Schoolgirl: Adrienne Campart
Schoolgirl: Hylda Taylor

: The Second News

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin

: Organ Recital

by Gunther Ramin
Relayed from All Saints', Margaret Street
(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Organist: Gunther Ramin

: Dance Music

Lew Stone and the Monseigneur Band, from Monseigneur
(Daventry National Programme)
(to 0.00)

Contributors

Musicians: Lew Stone and the Monseigneur Band








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