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: The Children's Hour

' Amelia Anne and her Hankies ', a storv by Geoffrey Prout , read by JANE MINTON
' Snapshots for Whitsun ', a Talk on Photography by HUGO VAN
WADENOYEN
Favourite Gramophone Records
' Mr. Binns's Oak Tree ', a story of the Nottingham Pageant, by Clare Chapman told by IAN McKENZIE
The preparations for the Nottingham Pageant, of.which part is to be broadcast later in the month, involved the removal and transplanting of a number of trees, including an oak to which its owner was much attached for sentimental reasons. Clare Chapman , a Nottingham writer, has founded her story on this incident... Ian McKenzie , who is to read the story; is Assistant Producer of the Pageant ; he recently broadcast in the Dukeries in the ' Signpost' series.

Contributors

Unknown: Amelia Anne
Unknown: Geoffrey Prout
Read By: Jane Minton
Unknown: Clare Chapman
Told By: Ian McKenzie
Unknown: Clare Chapman
Unknown: Ian McKenzie

: The First News

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

: 'THE RADIO FOLLIES'

A Midland Concert Party ia a Programme of Sense and Nonsense
Presented by RICHARD SPENCER

Contributors

Presented By: Richard Spencer

: ' Shakespeare's Songs '—2

Including further Settings of Shakespeare's Time
MARY POLLOCK (soprano)
GEOFFREY DAMS (tenor)
CUTHBERT FORD (baritone)

: Scrapbook for 1905

Presented by LESLIE BAILY and CHARLES BREWER
Memories of Thirty Years Ago
Britain Under Edward the Peacemaker
Derby Day, 1905
Sir Henry Irving 's Farewell
The Entente Cordiale
A New Slogan : ' Votes for Women ! '
Heyday of the Old Music-Hall
Those heard in the programme, in person and from records, will include :
Seymour Hicks , Camille Clifford , C. B. Fry , Wilkie Bard , Arthur Barren , Hayden Coffin , Mrs. Flora Drummond , Emmy Destinn , Marie Lloyd ,
Albert Chevalier
Supported by: Nelson Jackson , Bruce Belfrage , Gordon Bailey , Andrew Churchman , John Rorke , Dorothy Holmes-Gore , Patric Curwen , W. Mitchell , J. G. Banks
The B B C Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
(From Regional)
' Scrapbook for 1905 ' was broadcast in The National programme last night. See Leslie Baily 's article on the ' Scrapbook ' seiies, which will be found on page II.

Contributors

Presented By: Leslie Baily
Unknown: Sir Henry Irving
Unknown: Seymour Hicks
Unknown: Camille Clifford
Unknown: C. B. Fry
Unknown: Wilkie Bard
Unknown: Arthur Barren
Unknown: Hayden Coffin
Unknown: Mrs. Flora Drummond
Unknown: Emmy Destinn
Unknown: Marie Lloyd
Unknown: Albert Chevalier
Unknown: Nelson Jackson
Unknown: Bruce Belfrage
Unknown: Gordon Bailey
Unknown: Andrew Churchman
Unknown: John Rorke
Unknown: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Unknown: Patric Curwen
Unknown: W. Mitchell
Unknown: J. G. Banks
Conducted By: Mark H. Lubbock
Unknown: Leslie Baily

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 54)








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