in " Fame and the Poet."
A Fancy in One Act, by Lord Dunsany.
Presented by EDWARD P. GENN.
The Poet's rooms in London. He is sitting at a writing desk composing a sonnet. In the corner of the room is an altar of Greek design. Papers litter the floor.
in "Timothy Tunes In."
A Topical "Wireless Sketch."
Written and Presented by EDWARD P. GENN.
The kitchen of the Claytons' home...It is evening. Timothy Clayton is tinkering with his wireless set, while his wife is vainly searching for The Radio Times. Her Mother, Granny, is seated by the fire knitting.
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