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: The Children's Hour

' July Joys at Whipsnade '
A Zoo talk by GLADYS DAVIDSON
. JACKO will entertain
The Hawaiian Islanders
Your Camera-2. 'Howtouseit', a talk by HUGO VAN WADENOYEN
This afternoon you are to hear a talk about summer at ' The Country Zoo '. Country cousins are often better off than London cousins, and this certainly applies to the animals at Whipsnade, near Dunstable, who have more room in which to roam and more natural surroundings than can possibly be given to the animals of the parent Zoo in Regent's Park, London. You can ride elephants, camels, and ponies ; and as Miss Gladys Davidson will tell you, it is just the place in which to spend a July afternoon.

Contributors

Talk By: Gladys Davidson
Talk By: Hugo van Wadenoyen
Unknown: Miss Gladys Davidson

: Time Signal, Greewich . 'The First News' -

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

: THE MIDLAND MISCHIEF MAKERS

in a Light Musical Entertainment devised and arranged by Richard SPENCER and GARNET BALL , Junior with RICHARD SPENCER
JOAN DANIELS
GEORGE GARNET
CLARICE ROBERTS
TAYLOR FRAME and THE THREE BLUE BOYS
'The Three Blue Boys' broadcast when Charles Brewer was producing at Birmingham. Richard Spencer, their leader, is the son of a Wolverhampton doctor.

Contributors

Arranged By: Richard Spencer
Arranged By: Garnet Ball
Unknown: Richard Spencer
Unknown: Joan Daniels
Unknown: George Garnet
Unknown: Clarice Roberts
Unknown: Taylor Frame
Unknown: Charles Brewer

: Time Signal, Greemcich ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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