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: The Children's Hour

Songs by HAROLD CASEY (baritone)
(xylophone and pianoforte)
'More New Friends', a talk by GEORGE WRIGHT


Songs By: Harold Casey
Baritone: Leslie Lewis
Baritone: Harry Engleman
Talk By: George Wright

: The First News

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


Leader, Alfred Cave
Conducted by H. FOSTER CLARK


Conducted By: H. Foster Clark

: Carillon Music

With illustrations by CLIFFORD BALL
Relayed from
The Bournville Carillon
Carillons are played by hand from a keyboard and are capable of rendering a wide range of music. The carillon at Bournville was founded in 1906 by the late George.Cadbury, and has thrice been augmented since. It now has forty-eight bells ranging in weight from twelve pounds to sixty-four hundredweights. Mr. George Cadbury , who gives' this talk, is a son of the founder, and was an' Alderman of Birmingham from 1922 to 1927. He has written books on town planning and canals. Clifford Ball has been carilloncur at Bournville since 1924; he has given recitals at Wellington, New Zealand (where he inaugurated the National War
Memorial carillon), at Sydney University, the North East Coast Exhibition, and in Hyde Park. He studied under the great Malir.es master, M. Denyn.


Illustrations By: Clifford Ball
Unknown: Mr. George Cadbury
Unknown: Clifford Ball
Unknown: M. Denyn.

: ' At the Sign of the Dancing Bear'

A Programme of Gramophone Records presented in the form of A Cabaret Entertainment by ROBERT TREDINNICK


Unknown: Robert Tredinnick

: The Second News

including Weather Forecast

: 'What's in the Wind'



Unknown: Richard Clements

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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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