Robert Eddison in «QUEEN IN DANGER)) by Simon Rattray
Adapted by Elleston Trevor
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by Norman Wright
Det Insp Frisney:
The Younger Generation anr. the Church.
Some weeks ago Parade invited four groups of young people in Bristol, London, Newcastle, and Swansea to find out what impact the teaching and practice of the Christian Church is having on their fellow-under-twenties. This programme is based on their reports.
1- «Tht Situation as we find it» Part 2 : Friday at 6.30
A general knowledge contest for the title "Brain of Britain"
This week the contestants include:
Miss O.A. Moore (Wiltshire)
Lieutenant Commander P.H. Sayer R.N. (Hampshire)
Wilfrid Cowley (Dorset)
James Wilkie (Sussex)
The programmes includes
"What Do You Want to Know?" featuring "The Professor" who answers interesting questions sent in by listeners.
Lieutenant Commander P.H. Sayer
3-StOne Age Economics
Dr. A.J. (Jock) Marshall introduces the third programme on the work of the Australian expedition in New Guinea, which is investigating a people who reckon wealth in pigs, pear) shells, find cassowaries,
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