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: The Children's Hour

' Out with the Romany'


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


Conductor, T. H. MORRISON


Leader: Alfred Barker
Conductor: T. H. Morrison

: ' The March of the '45 '

A Radio Panorama in verse and song by D. G. BRIDSON in which the march of Prince Charles Edward is followed from the landing at
Loch Nan Uamh to the calling of a final halt at Derby
The programme produced jointly from the Scottish and North Regions
Part I : I
'The High Endeavour
(From Scottish)
Part 2:
' The Turn of the Tide '
Produced by E. A. HARDING
(From North)
The High Endeavour, produced in EdmbSh, te...s Ae story of P-ce
Charles Edward 's landing in Scotland,
The occupation of Edinburgh, and the defeat of the Hanoverian troops a Prestonpans. TheTurnoftheTide, produced in Manchester, deals with the Lault on Carlisle, the taking of Man chester, and the march to Derby, where the decision to retreat to Scotland, fatal as it proved to the Stuart cause, was made by the Council of War on December 5, 1745. written by D. G
The script has been written by V. G. Bridson , the 'feature programme expert of Manchester, and is largely drawn from documents, and listeners are to hear authentic Jacobite songs
A conjecture as to how history might have been written in 1936 if the Rebellion of 1745 had succeeded is made in a brilliant article by Sir Charles Petrie on page 7.


Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: Prince Charles Edward
Produced By: Gordon Gildard
Produced By: E. A. Harding
Unknown: Charles Edward
Written By: D. G
Written By: V. G. Bridson
Unknown: Sir Charles Petrie

: Northumbrian Folk Song and Pipe Recital

(From Newcastle)


Weather Forecast and News
DANCE MUSIC ng (From Regional)


Relayed from the Dorchester Hotel

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