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: The Children's Hour

(songs at the pianoforte)
' Rumpelstiltskin ' and other pianoforte solos, composed and played by GEORGE MANTLE CHILDE
JACKO will appeal on behalf of Children's Hospitals
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed].


Unknown: John Morley
Played By: George Mantle Childe

: The First News

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

: 'Village Life Today'

A discussion in the ' Ripe for Development' Series, between G. M. Boum PHREY, GRAHAM CASTLE, and JOHN CONSTANCE
Mr. Boumphrey is in charge of the ' Ripe for Development' series of Midland talks on town and country planning, and he broadcast the National series on Roman roads.
Mr. Graham Castle's knowledge of country life has been gained at first hand ; before becoming Secretary of the Gloucestershire Rural Community Council four years ago, he was fruit-growing in Worcestershire.


Unknown: G. M. Boum
Unknown: John Constance


Conducted by JOHN TURNER
J. W. MALLARD in Black Country stories


Conducted By: John Turner
Conducted By: J. W. Mallard

: 'Sailor Songs'

Conducted by EDGAR MORGAN with HAROLD CASEY (baritone)


Conducted By: Edgar Morgan
Baritone: Harold Casey

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

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