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: The Children's Hour

' Trunk Calls', a Competition on Hidden Towns, by WILLIAM HUGHES
HARRY STANIER (violoncello)
JACK PAYNE (whistler)


Unknown: William Hughes
Unknown: Jack Payne

: Time Signal, Greemvich ' The First News'

including Weather Forecast, and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Regional Bulletin for Farmers


(By arrangement with Roy Limberl ) presents
'Village Wooing'
' by Bernard Shaw
Relayed from
The Festival Theatre, Malvern Conversation I. On the lounge deck of the Empress of Patagonia, a pleasure ship Conversation 2. In a Village Shop and Post Office on the Wiltshire Downs
Conversation 3 The same
Malvern Repertory Company was founded by Roy Limbert. In addition to the season at Malvern, it goes on tour to repertory and other theatres. Mr. Lindsell Stuart is its leading man.
(' Village Wooing' was broadcast in the National programme last night.)


Arrangement With: Roy Limberl
Unknown: Bernard Shaw
Unknown: Roy Limbert.
Unknown: Mr. Lindsell Stuart
A: R Lindsell Stuart
Z: Phyllis Gill

: 'Ye Olde Antique Shoppe'

A Revue
Book and Lyrics by CHARLES HATTON
Conducted by JACK WILSON
Production by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Charles Hatton , who has written the book and lyrics, is a free-lance journalist living in the Black Country ; he is also a radio critic. His previous revue, White Sails, was recently produced by Martyn Webster , and his one-act play, Suicide Party, was relayed from the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.


Unknown: Charles Hatton
Conducted By: Jack Wilson
Production By: Martyn C. Webster
Production By: Charles Hatton
Produced By: Martyn Webster
Aphra Burke: Constance Needham
Maureen Burke: Hilda Birch
Stev/art Stetson: Max Kirby
Frank: Bernard Bedford
Velda: Nita Valerie
An Arab: John Bentley
Rufus: Denis Folwell
El Baroud: Alfred Butler
Jim: Maurice Milbourn
Eula: Jane Minton
Bert: Denis Folwell
Lil: Nita Valerie

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

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