5.0 From Regional :
A Story for Most Ages
' Peter Duck ' (No. 2) by ARTHUR RANSOME read by MAC
5 20 Instruments You Don't Often
Handbells, Harmonica, Saw,
Most of the contributors to this programme have broadcast before. Percy Porch brings the handbell ringers from the village of Myddle, in Shropshire. Charles Tolcher, of Bloxwich, Walsall, plays the harmonica ; Jack Parker , of Codsall, Wolverhampton, the saw ; Cecil Twiselton , a versatile Northamptonshire artist, the matchbox, and Dinah (Margaret Ablethorpe ), the celeste.
5.45 From Scottish :
' Stamps to avoid in your Collection '
A talk by A. K. MACDONALD
performed by THE ROYAL CARL ROSA
OPERA COMPANY from the New Theatre, Oxford
Scene I, The Venusberg
Scene II, The Valley of the Wartburg
Characters in order of appearance
Conductor, Charles Webber
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