A series of plays written for radio by Bertram and Hilda Colgrave
' Christianity comes to the North '
Produced by Cecil McGivem
Paulinus, a monk:
Justus, Archbishop of Canterbury:
Eadbald, King of Kent:
Ethelburga, Queen of Northumbria:
Mathilda, a maidservant:
Edwin, King of Northumbria:
Coifi, High Priest:
Councillors : Herefrith:
An excerpt from
' Pierrot on Parade '
Presented by Frank A. Terry from the West End Pier
An excerpt from
' 1938 Frolics' from the Palace Theatre
A Variety Act
' The Alpine Guides' from the Winter Gardens and An excerpt from
'Central Pier Revelry'
Under the direction of Neil and Claxton from the New Central Pier
Arranged and presented by Victor Smythe
Lyrics specially written by Frank A. Terry
Spoken by Noel Morris
Cotton and Wheat Prices at 10.30
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