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: The Children's Hour

Marjorie Westbury (soprano); Ethel Williams (contralto); Roland Cook
(tenor); Cuthbert Ford (baritone)
JACK PAYNE (siffleur)
5.35 Here and There ', a summary of the Week's News', by Commander
(From Regional)


Soprano: Marjorie Westbury
Soprano: Ethel Williams
Contralto: Roland Cook
Baritone: Jack Payne
Unknown: Stephen King-Hall


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

: Jack Wilson and his Versatile Five

with NORA SAVAGE (soprano) (JACK Wilson, pianoforte)

: ' Country Songs and Dances'

A Visit to the Cotswolds with THE MIDLAND WIRELESS
Conducted by EDGAR MORGAN
ELSIE AVRIL (violin) and DORIS ALDRIDGE who will tell a Cotswold Story
Elsie Avril is the violinist of the English Folk Dance Society. Doris Aldridge , who lives in Burford, has previously broadcast in a Cotswold programme as a singer. The story she is to tell is founded on a crime committed early in the eighteenth century and discovered in an unusual way. The final scene was Shipton Hill. The story will be given in the local dialect...


Conducted By: Edgar Morgan
Violin: Elsie Avril
Violin: Doris Aldridge
Unknown: Elsie Avril
Unknown: Doris Aldridge
Unknown: Shipton Hill.


Weather Forecast and News


(Regional Programme. Seepage 58)

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