Songs by DORIS NICHOLS (contralto)
' Prisoners of the Crag '
A. story by H. MORTIMER BATTEN , told by FRANCIS Fox
ERNEST BOULTON and his banjo
' The Moon on Thursday '
A story by KEN FRANCIS , told by JUDY
What 'to expect next week
Gaumont-British Film by SIDNEY GILLIATT , G. H. MORESBY-WHITE
, and EMLYN WILLIAMS
Radio Version by LANCE SIEVEKING
(Those marked with x are in the 'bus smash)
The girl reading news, the florist, another shipping office clerk, attendant at Convicts' Help Association, taxi-driver, racecourse voices, cinema audience voices, etc., etc. BARRY FERGUSON , EDWARD GATHORNE-HARDY ,
HUGH HARE , and MARJORIE CLAYTON
Produced by LANCE SIEVEKING
This play was broadcast in the National programme on Wednesday
Savoy Hill Saturdays
A Reminiscent Programme
Arranged and Presented by MIRIAM FERRIS
Aided and Abetted by a Party of Pioneers from
Studio 4, Savoy Hill
The Nursery of Broadcasting
FOSTER RICHARDSON and MIRIAM FERRIS
At the Pianofortes, HARRY S. PEPPER and ALAN PAUL
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