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: The Children's Hour

5.0 From Regional :
' What shall we talk about ? ', No. by CHARLES W. A. SCOTT
5.15 'The Flying Classroom' adapted as a radio play by OLIVE SHAPLEY from the book by ERICH KÄSTNER
Episode I-Introducing the Johann
Sigismund School at Kirchberg


Unknown: Charles W. A. Scott
Play By: Olive Shapley
Book By: Erich Kästner

: A Concert

Leonard Hirsch (first violin) ; Reginald Stead ; Sydney Erring-ton (viola) ; Leonard Baker (violoncello)


Unknown: Leonard Hirsch
Viola: Leonard Baker


including Weather Forecast

: Cameo-6

Mechanical Shunting from the L.N.E.R. Hull Inward
Marshalling Yard in surroundings resembling a modern
Garden Village
The modem method of handling goods trains activities by electric control and with the aid of the Public Address system, will be described by L. S. HARPER , District Superintendent


Unknown: L. S. Harper

: The Arcadian Follies

under the direction of Ernest Binns from the Alexandra Theatre, Hull
David Morris (vocalist)
Len Clifford (pianist-entertainer)
Mollie Deane (comedienne)
Evie Carcroft (soubrette)
Mildred Hammond (soprano)
Anita Eaton (soubrette and dancer)
Robbie Vincent (comedian and dancer)
Don Gemmel (light comedian)
Wallace Newcombe (entertainer and dancer)
Harry Korris (comedian)
Four Arcadian Girls


Unknown: Ernest Binns
Unknown: David Morris
Pianist-Entertainer: Len Clifford
Pianist-Entertainer: Mollie Deane
Unknown: Evie Carcroft
Soprano: Mildred Hammond
Soprano: Anita Eaton
Unknown: Robbie Vincent
Unknown: Don Gemmel
Unknown: Wallace Newcombe
Unknown: Harry Korris


'including Weather Forecast)


including Weather Forecast

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