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GENERAL SCIENCE. Man and his Animals. 1—' The Story of the Horse,' by Brian Vesey-FitzGerald
11.40 FRENCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. 'Alexandre Dumas ': petit portrait radiophonique de I'auteur des ' Trois Mousquetaires.' Texte de Daniel Ruyssen


Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald
Alexandre Dumas
Daniel Ruyssen

A play for broadcasting by Roderick Lovell
Produced by Peter Watts


Broadcasting By:
Roderick Lovell
Produced By:
Peter Watts
Elisabeth Mallory:
Catherine Campbell
David Mallory:
Roderick Lovell
Miss Bond:
Betty Baskeomb
Elaine Mansell:
Joan Hart
Dr John Barton:
Richard Hurndall
Lt Gordon Frazer-Herbert:
Hugh Manning
Major Douglas:
Donald Gray
Capt Alastair McInnis:
Andrew Faulds
Sister Lindsay:
Elsa Palmer
Capt Peter Nicholson:
David Enders
Lt -Col Champion:
Malcolm Hayes
Sister McLean:
Ella Milne
Major Sanderson:
Bryan Powley
Sgt Roberts:
Frank Atkinson
Howieson Culff

' How the Wireless Came to Toytown,' by S. G. Hulme Beaman
5.30 Children's Country Dance Party: with Nan Fleming-Williams (violin), William Kimber (concertina), and the Birmingham Square Dance Band
5.50 Children's Hour prayers conducted by John G Williams


S. G. Hulme Beaman
Nan Fleming-Williams
William Kimber
Conducted By:
John G Williams

Regional Variations (8)

Bridge on the Air.

BBC Home Service London

Play: ' A Debt of Honour.'

BBC Home Service Northern Ireland

' The Playmate': story by Lorna Wood.

BBC Home Service North

Philip Cranmer (piano).

BBC Home Service Midland

Wales at Westminster.

BBC Home Service Welsh

At the Lus- . combes.

BBC Home Service West

Feature: ' For -Peat's Sake.'

BBC Home Service Scottish

Dealer: West. North-South vulnerable
How should this hand be played?
Commentator, Terence Reese Introduced by Geoffrey Peck


Terence Reese
Introduced By:
Geoffrey Peck

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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