' The Adventures of Theodore the Bear', a story written and told by NORA McINTOSH
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDERS
Under the direction of PETER HODGKINSON
' Holiday Games of Your Grandparents', a talk by VERA GREEN
CECIL TWISELTON (saw' solos and imitations)
- or ' The Doings up at .the Hall ' by THE MELLUISH BROTHERS
This mock melodrama was produced by Mr. Webster when he was in London, and again shortly after his appointment as producer at Birmingham; and there have been numerous requests for it to be revived.
First Night Impressions by KENNETH LAWSON
Mr. Lawson, who is an M.A. of Lincoln College, Oxford, has been engaged in tutorial work there for the last ten years. He is Senior Treasurer of the O.U.D.S. which last year broadcast Dr. Faustus, and he is a member of the governing council of the Oxford Repertory Company, which last month broadcast a play by Nevill Coghill. Recently Mr. Lawson has undertaken the editorial control of The, Isis. He formerly lived near Birmingham.
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