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Birds in July
Percy Edwards imitates some July bird calls, and asks you to guess the names of the birds which make them.

An Unusual Hobby
Rosie Weston, Eileen Smithers, John Nightingale, and George Sprong are in the television garden with their teacher J. N. James to show you how they make an iron gate. George points the bars, Eileen blows the forge, and Rosie and John finish and paint the gates.

Flower Fence
A Russian cartoon film. The Forest Doctor rescues Bruin the Bear from captivity.

First Aid
Virginia Cunard, Chief Officer of the Nursing Cadets, shows some first-aid treatments in the open air with girl and boy cadets.

Song of Joy
Adventures of the forest animals at the Ice Queen's Palace. Another Russian cartoon film.
The film stories are told by Mollie Maureen.
(to 17.00)


Bird Caller/presenter (Birds in July):
Percy Edwards
Pupil (An Unusual Hobby):
Rosie Weston
Pupil (An Unusual Hobby):
Eileen Smithers
Pupil (An Unusual Hobby):
John Nightingale
Pupil (An Unusual Hobby):
George Sprong
Teacher (An Unusual Hobby):
J. N. James
Commentary (An Unusual Hobby):
Max Robertson
First aider (First Aid):
Virginia Cunard
Narrator (Flower Fence/Song of Joy):
Mollie Maureen
Caryl Doncaster

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More