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11.0 SINGING TOGETHER: by Herbert Wiseman
I'm seventeen come Sunday (English folk song)
The Bonnie Earl of Moray (Scottish song) The Frog and the Mouse (English song)
11.20 YSGOLION CYMRU (For Welsh Schools) : ' Gair a Geirfa '. 11-' Rhannau o'r Corff', gan T. J. Morgan
11.40 ENGLISH. FOR UNDER-NINES :
Ten-minute tale from Palestine, 'King Solomon's umbrella and how he paid for it ', and a word game
12.0 FOR SIXTH FORMS : The Making and Content of the Bible: The Four Gospels'. I I-The deeds of Jesus: The miracles. Rev. Alan Richardson , Study Secretary of the Student Christian Movement

Contributors

Unknown:
Herbert Wiseman
Unknown:
Bonnie Earl
Unknown:
Rev. Alan Richardson

1.50 SCIENCE AND GARDENING: ' Some British soils and how they are used', by B. A. Keen
2.10 Interval music
2.15 STORIES FROM WORLD HISTORY: ' St. Patrick', by Dorothy Macardle. How Patrick was sold as a slave, and after many adventures converted the pagan Irish to Christianity, and is now the patron saint of the Irish people
2.35 Interval music
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I: English for everyday use. 'The travelling theatre comes to town' : Bill and Mary enjoy a performance of dramatised poems and songs by Douglas R. Allan

Contributors

Unknown:
B. A. Keen
Unknown:
Dorothy MacArdle.
Songs By:
Douglas R. Allan

Serial adaptation from Charles Dickens 's novel, by Audrey Lucas. Produced by Moray McLaren
Fifth instalment : ' Mr. Bumble's romance'

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Dickens
Novel By:
Audrey Lucas.
Produced By:
Moray McLaren
Narrator:
Ronald Simpson
Oliver Twist:
David Baxter
Mrs Maylie:
Doris Lytton
Rose Maylie:
Jenny Lovelace
Harry Maylie:
Cyril Gardiner
Mr Bumble:
Arthur Young
Mrs Comey:
Amy Veness
Old Sally:
Ellis Powell
Annie:
Lesley Dene
Martha:
Betty Hardy
Monks:
Malcolm Graeme

Tenth of a series of weekly programmes on rebuilding Britain as it affects you. ' Town planning—1 : The reconstruction of the old town '. William Holford , architect and planner ; L. H. Keay , O.B.E., City Architect of Liverpool ; Frank Mears , an Edinburgh town planner

Contributors

Unknown:
William Holford
Unknown:
L. H. Keay
Unknown:
Frank Mears

Serial play with music, specially written for broadcasting by Monckton Hoffe. Episode 6—' The end of it all'
BBC Midland Light Orchestra and Midland Revue Chorus, conducted by Richard Crean. Produced by Val Gielgud and Martyn C. Webster

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Monckton Hoffe.
Conducted By:
Richard Crean.
Produced By:
Val Gielgud
Produced By:
Martyn C. Webster
Malcolm Malabar:
Monckton Hoffe
Jill Voltaire:
Marjorie Westbury
Henry Grandison:
Henry Ainley
Marie Delmonti:
Joyce Barbour
Grace Voltaire:
Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Lord Ardelaire:
Ivor Barnard
Guy:
Carl Bernard
Buckle:
Ernest Sefton

Anybody might walk in ! Professor Umbridge presents the sixth and last of his happy half-hours with Charles Heslop , Richard Goolden , Dick Francis , Dorothy Summers , BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum. Book by Charles Heslop , lyrics by Max Kester , music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith . Produced by Reginald Smith

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Heslop
Unknown:
Richard Goolden
Unknown:
Dick Francis
Unknown:
Dorothy Summers
Conducted By:
Hyam Greenbaum.
Book By:
Charles Heslop
Unknown:
Max Kester
Music By:
Kenneth Leslie-Smith
Produced By:
Reginald Smith

Secret Service thriller of this war, by G.R. Rainier.

Contributors

Writer:
G. R. Rainier.
Producer:
Lance Sieveking
Flight Lieutenant Martin Taylor, R.A.F.:
Valentine Dyall
Hauptmann Erich Hoffmann:
Valentine Dyall
Flying Officer Bill Adams:
Quentin Mandrake
Daphne:
Lucy van Ryn
Air Vice Marshal Sir Maurice Marsden, R.A.F.:
Matthew Matthews
Peter Stone, Secret Service Agent:
Martin Sabine
Anna Loring:
Maxine Audley
Fritz Deller:
Bryan Powley
Hauptmann Karl Reichmann:
Leo de Pokorny
Newspaper cameraman:
Harold Goborne
Nurse:
Helen Goze

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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