Sir Richard Onslow
W. A. Whetter
W. A. Whetter , the general editor of this series, was born and educated in Cornwall, and his hobbies include yachting in a small cruiser and collecting information about ships. He is a member of the Society for Nautical Research, which exists for the collection and preservation of records and details of ships, especially those of an obsolete type, and he has been able to collect a good deal of information in West-Country ports.
Listeners will remember his talks about ' West-Country Coasting Schooners ' earlier this year.
(To be repeated tomorrow: Regional,
by Oscar Wilde
Arranged as a radio play by Basil Ashmore
The story is told by Robert Farquharson
The cast also includes:
Edward Brandon, Victor Fawkes, George Holloway, Barry Kendall, Merrick Lucas, Sheila Moloney, Cyril Roberts, W. J. Terrett, Jean Wickenden, Phyllis Wynn
Production by W. Farquharson Small
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