' Summertime', a Programme of Verse by the Pupils of LAWNSIDE SCHOOL, GREAT MALVERN Songs by MARY POLLOCK (soprano)
' The Grand Gogul Visits
Bumbleberry', a Story by Frank Westbury read by ALFRED BUTLER
ERIC JEFFCOTE and JACK WOOD
(banjo and pianoforte)
by Sir Walter Scott
Adapted for the Microphone by PHYLLIS BOWMAN
Servants, Courtiers, etc.
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
Scott visited Kenilworth Castle in 1815, studied the ' carvings ' (which are generally taken to mean the carved mantelpiece in the Gatehouse), and spent some time alone among the ruins which he then found neglected. His second visit was seven years after the novel was published, and as evidence of the interest which his historical novels aroused in old buildings, he then found that the work of protection had been begun.
The Earl of Leicester:
The Earl of Sussex:
Janet Foster, his daughter:
Giles Gosling, Landlord of the ' Bonny Black Bear:
Michael Lambourne, his nephew:
The Mystery of the Seven Cafes
A Secret Service Serial by SYDNEY HORLER
Radio adaptation by HOLT MARVELL
Music arranged and conducted by WALFORD HYDEN ,
Produced by A. W. HANSON
The players include
NORMAN SHELLEY as ' Tiger Standish '
A. SCOTT GATTY
HUGH GEE and SELMA VAZ DIAS
Scene: The Cafe Markov, Warsaw
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