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: AFTERNOON TOPICS

Talk for Women by MURIEL LEVY

: WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS
Mr. DAVID WRAY. 'How to Strengthen Will-Power ! "

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. David Wray.

: IRMA SURANYI and FLORENCE ROUSE

In a Short Violin and Pianoforte Recital

: Top O' Me Thumb

A Play in One Act by Frederick Fenn and Richard Pryce
Presented by EDWARD P. GENN
Played by THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS
Cast:
THIS clever study of London life was first produced in 1904 by the Stage Society and afterwards by Sir George Alexander. The principal part, 'Amanda Atnick,' was created by Miss Hilda Trevelyan , who has played it with great success all over England.
The scene is laid in Mme. Didier's laundry in Soho, and the characterization of the Cockney work-girls is remarkable for its humour and pathos.
It is Saturday evening before an August Bank Holiday. Mme. Didier is ironing, Hose Jordan is making up parcels of linen, and Clem and Celeste are working in other parts of the room.

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Fenn
Unknown: Richard Pryce
Presented By: Edward P. Genn
Unknown: Sir George Alexander.
Unknown: Amanda Atnick
Unknown: Miss Hilda Trevelyan








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