2.5 National Programme
2.30 Speech Training
' Using the Tongue-3 k.g.'
ANNE H. McALLISTER , D.Sc.
3.0 Elementary French
Prose—' Les Bergers de Bethleem '
Chantons: ' Noel '
JEAN-JACQUES OBERLIN and YVONNE OBERLIN
A comedy by Ian Hay and Guy Bolton
Adapted for broadcasting by Harold Wightman
The scenes are
The platform and ticket-office at
Dumpherston railway station . David Ballantyne 's bungalow
The living-room of the stationmaster's house and David Ballantyne 's bungalow
The play produced by Gordon Gildard
Adam Pringle, a stationmaster:
Mrs Pringle, his wife:
Chrissie Pringle, his daughter:
Robert Pringle, his son:
Luella Pringle, his daughter-in-law:
David Ballantyne, Chrissie's fiance:
Andrew Tosh, a railway booking clerk:
Eppie Duncan, a shopgirl:
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