' A Day Out'—3
E. G. HILTON goes to
Warwick E. G. Hilton , who gives the talk on the historic borough of Warwick, has broadcast several eye-witness accounts of Midland customs. Besides the famous castle, Warwick has several interesting old buildings-notably Leycester Hospital, a fine perpendicular church, and a mill of Saxon origin at Guy's Cliffe.
' Whipsnade in July ', a talk by GLADYS DAVIDSON
Dinah will play pianoforte solos
DAVID will read poems by R. L. Stevenson and William Blake
Warwick E. G.
A Trivial Comedy for Serious
BY OSCAR WILDE
Characters Produced by ROBIN WHITWORTH The action of the play begins in Algernon Moncrieff's flat in Half-Moon Street, London, and then changes to The Manor House, Wootton, the residence of John Worthing, J.P.
Lane (his manservant):
John Worthing, J.P:
Hon Gwendolen Fairfax:
Miss Prism (her Governess):
Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.:
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