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: The Children's Hour

'The Water Carrier and the Enchanted
Treasure'
A tale of Old Spain by RALPH DE ROHAN

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: A Pianoforte Recital

by DAVID BRANSON
Mr. Branson won the Farrar prize and the Foli Scholarship (for composition) at the R.C.M. He has since made a special study of Spanish music.

Contributors

Unknown: David Branson

: THE BBC MIDLAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD
Overture, The Marriage of Figaro Mozart

Contributors

Conducted By: Leslie Heward

: 'The Scapegoat'

A Play by ANTHONY DALE
Characters
Sir Malcolm Blease , Chairman of Russelles Limited
John Henshaw , General Manager
Alfred Grimmet , Buying Manager
(Commissariat)
Arthur Woods , Secretary to Henshaw Robert Blake , Technical Manager and brother-in-law to
Henshaw Hesketh Walters , Assistant Technical
Manager
Henry Marsh , a clerk Olive Weston , a typist
Sam Bill employees in the factory
George Edith Grimmet , sister to
Alfred Grimmet
Ada Blake , sister to Henshaw and wife of Robert Blake
Jessie, her maid
Scene, An industrial centre
Time, The present day
The cast includes
Alfred Butler , Stuart Vinden , Denis Folwell , Wortley Allen , John Bentley , Marjorie Westbury , Dorothy Summers , Ethel Eaves , Vera Ashe , and Helmar Fernback
Produced by OWEN REED
The author, who uses the pen-name of Anthony Dale , is a Nottinghamshire writer. His play, specially written for radio, concerns the department of an engineering stores where family influence has played an unjustifiable part in the staffing.

Contributors

Play By: Anthony Dale
Unknown: Sir Malcolm Blease
Unknown: John Henshaw
Unknown: Alfred Grimmet
Unknown: Arthur Woods
Unknown: Henshaw Robert Blake
Unknown: Henshaw Hesketh Walters
Unknown: Henry Marsh
Unknown: Olive Weston
Unknown: Sam Bill
Unknown: George Edith Grimmet
Unknown: Alfred Grimmet
Unknown: Ada Blake
Unknown: Robert Blake
Unknown: Alfred Butler
Unknown: Stuart Vinden
Unknown: Denis Folwell
Unknown: Wortley Allen
Unknown: John Bentley
Unknown: Marjorie Westbury
Unknown: Dorothy Summers
Unknown: Ethel Eaves
Unknown: Vera Ashe
Unknown: Helmar Fernback
Produced By: Owen Reed
Unknown: Anthony Dale

: A Pianoforte Interlude

by LEILA BRITTAIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leila Brittain

: Variety

Relayed from
THE GRAND THEATRE,
DERBY

: ' Our Country Correspondent' 1

'Oxfordshire'
OLIVER BALDWIN
This is the first of a new series of fortnightly talks by men of country mind from Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Shropshire, and other Midland Counties. Oliver Baldwin lives near the Thames in Oxfordshire. He served in the Great War, and also fought for the Armenians against the Turks and against the Bolsheviks. He contested the Dudley Division of Worcestershire in 1924 as Labour Candidate and won it in 1929. Like his father, the Prime .Minister, he is a confirmed countryman. As BBC film critic he was a forceful broadcaster, and is the author of several books.

Contributors

Unknown: Oliver Baldwin
Unknown: Oliver Baldwin

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 52)








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