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: The Second World Convention of the Churches of Christ

An Address on Christian Unity by The Very Rev. W. R. MATTHEWS ,
D.D., Dean of St. Paul's
Relayed from
The de Montfort Hall , Leicester

Contributors

Unknown: Very Rev. W. R. Matthews
Unknown: Montfort Hall

: The Children's Hour

' Julia Goes by Train'
A Devonshire story by FREDERICK CHESTER and ERIC LOGAN , told by ALFRED BUTLER
Songs by DAPHNE HICKMAN (soprano)
5.35 ' Here and There '
A Summary of the Week's News by Commander STEPHEN KING-HALL
(From Regional)
5.50 What to expect next week

Contributors

Story By: Frederick Chester
Unknown: Eric Logan
Told By: Alfred Butler
Songs By: Daphne Hickman
Unknown: Stephen King-Hall

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Seeing Life

"Settling in New Zealand with £10"
Stanley Rudman
Stanley Rudman, who is twenty-seven, was born at Swindon, educated in Worcestershire, and some ten years ago left for New Zealand, intending to settle there permanently. His experiences on the land and large sawmills will be described. He had been out there four and a half years when he had a very serious accident and was advised to return home to England by his doctor, who gave him only six months to live. That was five years ago.

Contributors

Speaker: Stanley Rudman

: The Microphone at Play

' Fish and Fishing '
A programme for anyone who for pleasure or livelihood is interested in the gentle art of fishing
Arranged by RUTH ADAM and Produced by OWEN REED
This feature will represent the sport of angling in the Midlands. The Izaak Walton associations with Stafford and Dovedale will be referred to ; and the present popularity of the gentle art on Midland rivers will be reflected. Owen Reed is to produce, and the script is by Ruth Adam , who belongs to Nottingham, and has written three other features for Midland. The programme will be lightened by fishing stories of the Midlands.

Contributors

Arranged By: Ruth Adam
Produced By: Owen Reed
Unknown: Izaak Walton
Unknown: Owen Reed
Unknown: Ruth Adam

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme, See page 50)








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