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: The Children's Hour

' Games for the Holidays', by VERA GREEN. Songs by MARJORIE PALMER (soprano). CHRISSIE THOMAS and her musical glasses. ' Sunshine and Shadow', a talk by ARTHUR HORSBURGH

Contributors

Songs By: Marjorie Palmer
Soprano: Chrissie Thomas
Talk By: Arthur Horsburgh

: ' The First News'

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

: Choral and Instrumental Programme

THE COVENTRY CENTRAL HALL METHODIST CHOIR
Conducted by G. BROTHERHOOD

Contributors

Conducted By: G. Brotherhood

: FRED CLEMENTS

presents
The Arcadia Follies of 1934 (The entire production devised and produced by Harry Bright )
Relayed from
The Arcadia Theatre; Skegness
Artists
MABEL HIND
BEATRIX RICHARDS
FIONA LEIGH
ALEC JOHN
BERNARD BEDFORD
JAN RAMSDEN
TED CARTWRIGHT GORDON WEBSTER
TERRY and DORIC KENDAL
DOUGLAS LEONARD CHARLES HAYES .
CHARLES HARRISON
HARRY BRIGHT
THE FIVE ARCADIA YOUNG Ladies
(Norah Glennon , Avril Angers ,
Molly Mitchell , and The Abbott Twins) and THE CARILLON ORCHESTRA
Stage Direction, JACK CLEMENTS

Contributors

Produced By: Harry Bright
Artists: Mabel Hind
Artists: Beatrix Richards
Unknown: Fiona Leigh
Unknown: Alec John
Unknown: Bernard Bedford
Unknown: Jan Ramsden
Unknown: Ted Cartwright
Unknown: Gordon Webster
Unknown: Doric Kendal
Unknown: Douglas Leonard
Unknown: Charles Hayes
Unknown: Charles Harrison
Unknown: Harry Bright
Unknown: Norah Glennon
Unknown: Avril Angers
Unknown: Molly Mitchell
Unknown: Jack Clements

: 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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