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for UNDER-SEVENS: Let's Join In'The Cock and Hen go Travelling,' a story by Alison Uttley , adapted for broadcasting by Jean Sutcliffe
11.20 CITIZENSHIP.Do you know who fixes the shop hours? An illustrated talk by F. L. Harris
11.40 TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS. The Wealth of Nations. 5—' The Human Element in Production ': a discussion between A. J. Brown and J. Munro Frazer

Contributors

Story By:
Alison Uttley
Broadcasting By:
Jean Sutcliffe
Talk By:
F. L. Harris
Unknown:
J. Brown
Unknown:
J. Munro

TRAVEL TALKS. The British Empire. ' Australia: goldfields of the South-West ' by Henry James
2.20 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH by Jean-Jacques Oberlin and Marie Touchard. ' Chez le photographe '
2.40 SENIOR ENGLISH I. ' Have you met ... the Vicar of Wakefield?' Douglas Allan introduces this famous character from Oliver Goldsmith 's novel

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry James
Unknown:
Jacques OBErlin
Unknown:
Marie Touchard.
Introduces:
Douglas Allan
Unknown:
Oliver Goldsmith

Circus life recorded in and above the ring, and in the stables. dressing tents, and caravans of Bertram Mills's Circus. Ring-master, A.R. Delbosq. Musical Director, Jack Lindsley
John Gridl and six elephants. Louise and her dogs. Crick and Crock, comedy merchants. The Delroys in haute ecole. Yong Kee troupe of contortionists. The Cumberlands, riding act. Florence and George on the tight wire. Two Cromwells, aerialists. Nicolai and his performing lions. With clowns and augustes, including Albert Austin, Huxter, Len Austin, Bobino, Renato, Fernando, and Little Billy.
Programme introduced by Cyril Mills and produced by David Thomson

Contributors

Unknown:
A. R. Delbosq.
Director:
Jack Lindsley
Unknown:
John Gmdl
Unknown:
Yong Kee
Unknown:
Len Austin
Introduced By:
Cyril Mills
Produced By:
David Thomson

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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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