Today Joan Griffiths introduces: 'What's Your Worry?': a doctor on ' Weaning-Kinds and- Quantities of Food'; How a Cotswoid woman. Mrs. Parry of Painswick. arranges her day : Liesje Putland van Someren on Women in Holland'; and the current serial story, ' French-man's Creek ' by Daphne du Maurier, read by Alan Biair
Ethel Manners and Mary Naylor with Percy Garside
Arthur Arnold , Peter Broadbent
Richard Valery and his Concert Orchestra
Script by Ronald Taylor
Produced by Bowker Andrews
From the NAAFI Club, Manchester
A series of plays specially written by its members'
5—' Bubble, Bubble, Toil, and Trouble '
by E. C. R. Lorac
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
E. C. R.
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