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Michael North sings songs at the piano
' The Cat who Lost her Kittens ' : a story for younger ones by Kathleen Thomas , told by Derek McCulloch (' Uncle Mac ')
Songs by Sophie Wyss
' The House that Wasn't There ' : a story by Dorothy Ann Lovell , told by W. E. Davis (' David ')

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael North
Unknown:
Kathleen Thomas
Told By:
Derek McCulloch
Songs By:
Sophie Wyss
Story By:
Dorothy Ann Lovell
Told By:
W. E. Davis

A Weekly Survey
Vernon Bartlett , M.P., talks about Japan and the Pacific
Mr. Bartlett deals with the problems of a peace settlement with the Japanese and the issues raised at the Canberra Conference of the British Commonwealth, which discussed this question. He has just returned from a long journey in the East-in South Africa, Ceylon, Malaya, and Japan

Contributors

Unknown:
Vernon Bartlett

' Posterity will Judge us by our Handiwork'
A feature programme by John D. Stewart
Produced by Sam Denton
Cast includes Thomas Dowey , J. G. Devlin , Patrick Cregg , James balzell , J. R. Avner. Alfred Arnold , Charles Owens. Leslie Kelly , John Hoey , Roy Hutchinson , John McBride , James Boyce , Eileen Kennedy , Gerald Pringle , Matthew Thomson , and Jack Gavin

Contributors

Programme By:
John D. Stewart
Produced By:
Sam Denton
Unknown:
Thomas Dowey
Unknown:
J. G. Devlin
Unknown:
Patrick Cregg
Unknown:
James Balzell
Unknown:
J. R. Avner.
Unknown:
Alfred Arnold
Unknown:
Charles Owens.
Unknown:
Leslie Kelly
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John Hoey
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Roy Hutchinson
Unknown:
John McBride
Unknown:
James Boyce
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Eileen Kennedy
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Gerald Pringle
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Matthew Thomson
Unknown:
Jack Gavin

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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