5.0 From Regional :
A summer play for children of most ages
' The Treasure Hunt' by ARTHUR DAVENPORT with Desmond Tester , Joyce Moore ,
Cyril Nash , and Ethel Lodge
5.30 'The Isle of Dogs'
A story by F. G. CARVER told by ELWYN and some verses and records
by Arthur E. Temple from Taunton School
Arthur E. Temple studied the organ at the Royal Academy of Music, where he was a professor of the pianoforte from 1920-23. He then became organist and choirmaster successively at the church of St. James-the-Less, Westminster (when seventeen years of age), the Parish Church, Cheshunt, Herts, and the Parish Church, Hornsey. Since 1932 he has been director of music at Taunton School.
Rhaglen i ddathlu Nos Gwyl Ifan
Clowch eich drysau!
Caewch eich ffenestri! !
Mae'r gwr drwg ar gerdded-mae'r ellyllon ar hynt! ! !
Y rhaglen gan Marjorie Wynn -
Y cyfarwyddo gan Sam Jones
(A St. John's Eve Programme)
A programme of rites, spells, and incantations
How to make gold from the baser metals ; the technique of flying on broomsticks, the art of prophecy, the solution of the riddle of the Universe, and many other useful household hints. Together with some account of witches, sorcerers, and their familiars, particularly in the West of England
Devised by Pennethorne Hughes and Francis Dillon
Produced by Francis Dillon
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