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Directed by John Bridge
George Sylvester (baritone)


Directed By: John Bridge

: The Children's Hour

Children's Variety

: ' The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Sports Bulletin

: ' The Second News '

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: Conversations in Oldham: No. 6: Polly Ann comes home

This is the sixth and last of a series of dialect conversations, which have been written by Edwin Lewis and presented by Lucia Rogers and Mary Eastwood. The first of a new series in the dialect of the South Yorkshire Coalfield will be broadcast on Saturday, October 6, at 10.15 p.m.


Writer: Edwin Lewis
Presented by: Lucia Rogers
Presented by: Mary Eastwood


' These Newlyweds '
Written for Broadcasting by GEORGE BEAUMONT
The Scene is the Ackroyds' kitchen
. where Listeners will meet
Sam Ackroyd
Sophia Ackroyd , his wife
Maud Topping, the Ackroyds' daughter and Albert Topping , Maud's husband
Played by James R. Gregson 's
Produced by HERBERT LEES
(From Leeds)


Broadcasting By: George Beaumont
Unknown: Sam Ackroyd
Unknown: Sophia Ackroyd
Unknown: Albert Topping
Played By: James R. Gregson
Produced By: Herbert Lees

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