by Hugh Walpole. Adapted for broadcasting by Ann Toller
Produced by Hugh Stewart
de la Torre
A Visit to Hollywood
Bobby Driscoll, who plays the part of the small boy in the Uncle Remus film Song of the South,' shows an English child where Silly Symphony films are made
The programme includes an interview with Walt Disney, sound effects for a Donald Duck cartoon, and musical items from some of the new Disney films, including 'Alice in Wonderland'
5.30 'For Your Bookshelf':
Olive Shapley reviews some recent children's books
5.50 Children's Hour prayers conducted by John G. Williams
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