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Conducted by T. H. MORRISON


Conducted By: T. H. Morrison

: The Children's Hour

(National Programme)

: ' The First News'

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

: A Recital of Norwegian Songs

by HARRY HOPEWELL (baritone)
On his return from a Scandinavian
Radio Tour


Conducted by SAM TOWNSEND L. T. WHIPP (Lancashire stories)


Conducted By: Sam Townsend
Conducted By: L. T. Whipp

: ' The Second News'

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: Variety

Relayed from

: 'Pithead Chronicles'

1. 'Herbert Refuses'
(From Leeds)
'The Beckside Chronicles', 'The Marleys of Tyneside ',and ' The Browns of Owdham' have already enabled listeners to hear dialects of the West Riding, Tyneside, and Lancashire.
In this, the first of a series in the dialect of the South Yorkshire Coalfieid, Roger Dataller will tell a tale of recent changes in traditions of life in a mining home.


Unknown: Roger Dataller
Unknown: Roger Dataller

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