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: The Children's Hour

' Springtide and Fancies' a Fantasy by NOEL SCOTT
Songs by MAURICE MILBOURN (tenor)
HAROLD MILLS (violin)

Contributors

Songs By: Maurice Milbourn

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Regional Bulletin for Farmers

: Tunes of Yesterday and Today

presented by CORA GOFFIN
PETER HOWARD
THE MIDLAND STUDIO
CHORUS
Under the direction of EDGAR MORGAN and BILLY MERRIN and his
COMMANDERS
Production by MARTYN C. WEBSTER

Contributors

Presented By: Cora Goffin
Presented By: Peter Howard
Unknown: Edgar Morgan
Unknown: Billy Merrin
Production By: Martyn C. Webster

: ' Between the River and the Hill'

Vignettes from Clunbmy Village
'Clunton and Clunbury, Clungunford and Clun
Are the quietest places under the sun'
Traditional
CLUNBURY is a secluded village in Shropshire, between Craven Arms and Clun, with Clun Forest, which is traversed by an ancient British trackway, as its background to the west. Mrs. Gandy, the doctor's wife, has helped to arrange a feature representative of the life of the village. She is the author of several plays, including ' Storm in Shropshire', a drama of Clun in flood-time, which was broadcast last year The vignettes of village life centre round the cchoolmaster, Mr. J. Cooper , who is a keen fisherman, and to him members of the community relate their experiences.
Those taking part include
Mr. Harry Meredith , gardener, choirmaster, and captain of the bellringers ; Miss Hilda Gittoes , a Shropshire shepherd's daughter; Mr. Tom Randall , a farm worker; Mr. John Davis , a small-holder; Mr. Tom Lewis , the village builder ; and two schoolchildren, Ivor Meredith and Olive Goodman. There will be stories of fishing and poaching, cider-making and the whinberry harvest ; and some notable floods will be recalled. Clunbury has a Norman church with a Saxon font and a good peal of bells. The schoolmaster has a collection of flint arrowheads found in the district.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. Cooper
Unknown: Mr. Harry Meredith
Unknown: Miss Hilda Gittoes
Unknown: Mr. Tom Randall
Unknown: Mr. John Davis
Unknown: Mr. Tom Lewis
Unknown: Ivor Meredith
Unknown: Olive Goodman.

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast, Second GenerM News Bulletin








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