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FOR UNDER-SEVENS: Let's join in— an imaginative tale about a modem machine, ' Choo Choo ,' by Virginia Lee Burton, adapted for broadcasting by Miriam Langdon. Part 2—
We act the story '
11.20 DO YOU KNOW ABOUT ... how things are made? William Holt interviews workers at a stationery factory on the making of an exercise-book. <)
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. Mathematics and Life. 5-' Formulae and the Search for Pattern,' by W. W. Sawyer , Mathematical Lecturer. Leicester Technical College

Contributors

Unknown:
Choo Choo
Unknown:
Miriam Langdon.
Unknown:
William Holt
Unknown:
W. W. Sawyer

TRAVEL TALKS. 'Green Fire,' based on the book by P. W. Rainier
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH, by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Marie Touchard. ' Jean et Marthe baignent le bébé '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. Poetry programme, by Robert Gittings , including ' Minesweepers ' and ' The Way Through the Woods,' by Rudyard Kipling

Contributors

Book By:
P. W. Rainier
Unknown:
Jacques OBErlin
Unknown:
Marie Touchard.
Unknown:
Robert Gittings
Unknown:
Rudyard Kipling

' Beau Brocade ': the story of a. Derbyshire highwayman, by Baroness Orczy .Adapted for broadcasting by Joan Littjewood. Produced by .Nan Macdonald .
Part 3 : ' A Battle of Wits ' with Joan Littlewood . William Water-house , and William Price

Contributors

Unknown:
Beau Brocade
Unknown:
Baroness Orczy
Broadcasting By:
Joan Littjewood.
Produced By:
Nan MacDonald
Unknown:
Joan Littlewood
Unknown:
William Water-House
Unknown:
William Price
Beau Brocade:
Alec Elliott
Lady Patience Gascoyne:
Lucille Lisle
Betty:
Rosalie Williams
Sir Humphrey Challoner:
Frederick Allen
John Stich:
Frank Crosland
Jock Miggs:
Sam Aukland
Mr Inch:
Fred Fairclough
Master Mittachip:
Herbert Smith
Duffy:
Eric Naden
Squire West:
Norman Partridge

with two star problems provided by Sir Cedric Hardwicke and Albert Whelan ; Clive Richardson and Tony Lowry — 'Four Hands in Harmony'; three sound problems; two musical problems provided by a section of the British Army Radio Orchestra, under the direction of R.S.M. George Melachrino
Introduced by Ronald Waldman and produced by Audrey Cameron , in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund.

Contributors

Provided By:
Sir Cedric Hardwicke
Provided By:
Albert Whelan
Unknown:
Clive Richardson
Introduced By:
Ronald Waldman
Produced By:
Audrey Cameron

by William Shakespeare. Arranged for broadcasting by the late Herbert Farjeon. Produced by Mary Hope Allen. With Joyce Redman as ' Miranda,' Hubert Gregg as ' Ferdinand,' and Norman Shelley as 'Caliban'
Part 1
Characters in order of speaking
Music arranged and orchestra directed by Anthony Bernard. (BBC recording)

Contributors

Unknown:
William Shakespeare.
Unknown:
Herbert Farjeon.
Duced By:
Mary Hope Allen.
Unknown:
Joyce Redman
Unknown:
Hubert Gregg
Unknown:
Norman Shelley
Unknown:
Anthony Bernard.
Bo'sun:
Peter Cozens,
Alonso:
Carleton Hobbs
Antonio:
Max Adrian
Gonzalo O:
B Clarence
Sebastian:
Arthur Bush
Miranda:
Joyce Redman
Prospero:
Leon Quartermaine
Ariel:
Cherry Cottrell
sung by:
Margaret Field-Hyde
Caliban:
Norman Shellev
Ferdinand:
Hubert Gregg
Adrian:
Grenville Eves
Francisco:
Robin Anderson
Trinculo:
Denys Blakelock
Stephano:
Frederick Lloyd
Iris:
Cathleen Nesbitt
Ceres:
Lydia Sherwood
sung by:
Janet Powell
Juno:
Jean Anderson
sung by:
Hebe Simpson

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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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