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: WALES v. SCOTLAND

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY MATCH
S.B. from Cardiff

: HETERODYNED HISTORY

Or HISTORICAL EVENTS AS THEY MIGHT HAVE
BEEN
A Broadcast Revue by L. DU G., of Punch
IN this novel revue the Professor of History
As It Might Have Been, arguing that historians never agree as to how anything happened, or whether it actually happened at all, takes tho liberty of building up new versions of important episodes in our history. The instances dealt with cover what may have happened in connection with such notable topics as the following :—
1. Caesar's Attempt to Land in Britain. 2. King Alfred and the Cakes. 3. Edgar and the Danes.
4. King Canute on the Seashore.
5. Henry VIII. 's Excursions into Matrimony. 6. The Writing of Shakespeare's Plays ?
The Cast will include :—
LILIAN HARRISON , JOYCE TREMAYNE , MORT-
LAKE WREN , JOHN CHARLTON , ANDREW CHURCHMAN, LAURENCE IRELAND, WILLIAM MACREADY

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Viii.
Unknown: Lilian Harrison
Unknown: Joyce Tremayne
Unknown: Lake Wren
Unknown: John Charlton
Unknown: William MacReady

: PLYMOUTH CORPORATION CONCERT

PART II.
S.B. from Plymouth








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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