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: The Children's Hour

' The Twins who were left behind' a story by VERA GREEN
JACKO will entertain
'Further Adventures into Concertland'
-10 by HAROLD GRAY , with musical illustrations by W. ARTHUR CLARKE (bassoon)


Story By: Vera Green
Unknown: Harold Gray
Bassoon: W. Arthur Clarke

: ' The First News'

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


At the Organ of The Ritz Theatre,

: ' The Microphone at Large' STAMFORD

The programme arranged and produced by OWEN REED
The programme will feature the development of transport in this town on the Great North Road, and will also reflect the history of the town, which was, in the Middle Ages, one of the six richest in the country. The road transport of the eighteenth and twentieth centuries will be contrasted, and aviation, as the transport of the future, will be represented by a broadcast by members of the staff of the Central Flying School at Wittering. An old coaching inn, ' The George ', will be the chief ' O.B.' point. The townspeople, led by the Mayor, have taken a keen interest in the preparation of the programme and local Committees have given much help to the producer.


Produced By: Owen Reed


Conducted by EDGAR MORGAN


Conducted By: Edgar Morgan

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

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