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: The Children's Hour

Your Own Ideas
This is the first of a series of programmes written by listeners under the age of 16 Today's programme will include
'The Birthday Tuck-box' a play about school life, by WILHELMINA HARVEY and ' Marlin Bog ' an adventure play by C. I. GARE

Contributors

Unknown: Wilhelmina Harvey
Play By: C. I. Gare

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: Draw of the First Round of the Rugby League Challenge Cup

To be played on Saturday, February 8 The Clubs to be drawn are : I. Acton and Willesden ; 2. Barrow ; 3. Batley;
4. Bradford Northern; 5. Bramley;
6. Broughton Rangers ; 7. Castleford; 8. Dewsbury; 9- Featherstone ; 10.
Halifax; II. Huddersfield ; 12. Hull,
13. Hull Kingston Rovers; 14. Huns-let; 15. Keighley; 16. Leeds; 17. Leigh; 18. Liverpool Stanley; 19-Oldham ; 20. Rochdale Hornets; 21.
Salford; 22. St. Helens; 23. St.
Helens ' Recs. ; 24. Streatham and Mitcham; 25. Swinton; 26. Wakefield Trinity; 27. Warrington; 2b. Widnes ; 29. Wigan; 30. York; 31. Lancashire Junior Club; 32. Another Junior Club
A description of the scene and the draw will be given by LANCE B. TODD and VICTOR SMYTHE
Relayed from the Grosvenor Hotel,
Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: I. Acton
Unknown: Lance B. Todd
Unknown: Victor Smythe

: JOSEPH SEAL

At the Organ of the Lonsdale Cinema,
Carlisle

: THE B B C ' NORTHERN ORCHESTRA

Led by HAROLD JONES
Conducted by ALFRED BARKER

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Jones
Conducted By: Alfred Barker

: THE PENDLETON PUBLIC BAND

Conductor, BASIL WINDSOR (Soloist, A. LEACH> )

Contributors

Soloist: A. Leach>

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weatfier Forecast

: DANCE MUSIC SYDNEY KYTE AND HIS BAND

Relayed from the Piccadilly Hotel
(From Regional)








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