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: STUDIO RECITAL

GEORGE JEFFERSON at the Piano
Dobis I. ROBSON (Pianoforte)
DOUGLAS PRICE (Baritone)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Dobis I. Robson

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: 'The Pathfinder '
(Charles Herbert). Musical Pictures : ' When It Rains" (Pouishnoff) ; 'Snow is Dancing ' (Debussy)

: VARIETY

THE THURLSTONE HANDBELL RINGERS

: 'IN THE DARK'

A Play in One Act.
Being an Episode in the Experience of Max Carrados , the Blind- Unraveller of Mysteries
Adapted from Ernest Bramah 's Story,
'The Game Played in the Dark ' and arranged for broadcasting by GILBERT HERON
Cast :
(Members of an International Criminal Gang)
THE scene is laid in the sitting-room of Xo. 28;
Heronsbourne Place, Regent's Park, London. It is about 8 at night and just dark. Xina is making up for the purpose of disguising herself. Stoker is watching her.

Contributors

Unknown: Max Carrados
Unknown: Ernest Bramah
Broadcasting By: Gilbert Heron
the Stoker,'Eustace Montmorency (Known Second of the Gang, under Karl): W. Pitman
Dominique Dompierre (An Accomplice): George Jefferson
Nina Dompierre (His Wife): Mabel Hacking
Inspector Beedel (Of Scotland Yard): T. H. Howard
Max Carrados (The Celebrated Blind Detective): H. Saunders-Jacobs

: WINNIE HIRST. ROSINA NORTON, and a Banjo

Banjo Medley (Three Popular Choruses)'
When the Lights Go Down

: HANDBELL RINGERS

GEORGE JEFFERSON at the Piano

Contributors

Unknown: George Jefferson








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