2—' November 8. 1837'
A radio Bash-back to past news of the day, featuring
The new industries of the North-Milling on Pendle Hill-The Queen insulted-Fire in the mines-Poor Law riots in Bradford-Plato and the Durham miners-Auricula shows in Lancashire with H. C. Rycroft as Judd o' Josh's and Florence Gregson as Mary Ellen
Compiled by Rayner Heppenstall and Margaret Lambert
Produced by John Pudney
' The Haunted House ' by Ruth Wynn Owen
The third of a series in which people will describe misadventures that may be lying in wait for any of us
This evening Ruth Wynn Owen will describe a haunted London house, and Father John O'Connor , the original of Chesterton's Father Brown, will make comments.
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