(with the exception of the Running Commentaries, which will not be broadcast on this wavelength)
' The Story of Golden Flash ', from' By the Waterside ', by JOHN HORNER , read by JACKO
Songs by NT GOULDING (tenor)
DRUSILLA COLDICUTT (siffleuse)
' Tor's Adventure', a Tale of two thousand years ago, by E. M. GRIFFITHS
Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements
Music of Liszt
A Programme of Gramophone Records
Presented by LESLIE HEWARD
by LAURENCE CROSTHWAITE
Relayed from St. Michael's College,
Tenbury Mr. Crosthwaite was Organ Scholar at
Merton College, Oxford ; Director of Music at the Bishop Cotton School, Simla, and was appointed to St. Michael's College, Tenbury (founded by the late Sir Frederick Ouseley , Bt.) three years ago
r. ' Tabloid ' Teaser by C. H. AVERILL
Thomson's employer gave him a reward which he did not expect, but there was method in his madness, as you will be given an opportunity to reason out for yourself. The answer will be given later in the programme.
Mr. Averill is a Birmingham radio critic and sub-editor of an evening paper. Mr. Sandilands, an amateur mimic, lives in Birmingham ; this is his first broadcast.
The characters in the play Bedrock are trapped in a cave, where, faced with the possibility of death, the young man confesses his love for the Professor's wife.
2. DAVID SANDILANDS will introduce some country friends
3. DOROTHY SUMMERS discourses on 'Reducing'
(from ' The Trials of Topsy by A. P. Herbert )
4. Music of Cyril Scott
Played by EDITH HEMPSBED (pianoforte)
5. The Answer to ' 'Tabloid' Teaser
6. Songs by MAURICE MILBOURN
7. ' Bedrock'
A play in one act by ARTHUR COMPTON-RICKETT and REGINALD DENHAM
Scene : The interior of a cave
Production by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
The Woman (his wife):
The Old Woman (his sister):
The Young Man:
Second General News Bulletin