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Stories behind the headlines told by the people who made them
4-They Made History
The voices and views of many famous politicians including those of Glad-stone, Churchill, Lloyd George , Lady Astor. Paderewski. Trotsky, and the man in the armchair
Written by Gordon Cruickshank
Narrated by Alexander Moves
Produced by Denys Gueroult


Lloyd George
Lady Astor. Paderewski.
Written By:
Gordon Cruickshank
Alexander Moves
Produced By:
Denys Gueroult

First of a series of musical lyrical and topical programmes this week's involving
Harry Locke
Mary Martel
Harry Dawson
Kathleen O'Hagan (at a second piano) and Flotsam (B. C. Hilliam ) who wrote the words and the tunes
Production by Tom Ronald


Harry Locke
Mary Martel
Harry Dawson
Kathleen O'Hagan
B. C. Hilliam
Production By:
Tom Ronald

The Broads
Earlier this year John Seymour with his wife Sally spent a week on the Broads. In this programme he describes their holiday and introduces some of the people they met on the 200 miles of inland lakes and rivers of Norfolk and Suffolk
Introduced by John Seymour
Edited by John Ecclestone in the BBC's Norwich studios


Introduced By:
John Seymour
Edited By:
John Ecclestone

A play by Eden Phillpotts adapted for broadcasting by Mollie Greenhalgh
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by Cedric Messina


Play By:
Eden Phillpotts
Broadcasting By:
Mollie Greenhalgh
Produced By:
Cedric Messina
Sylvia Coleridge
Philip Cunningham
Nicholas Bedale:
Rolf Lefebvre
Margaret Bedale:
Janet Burnell
Jane Bedale:
Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Elizabeth Bedale:
Christine Finn
Colonel Lucas Bedale:
Michael Turner
Morris Bedale:
Brian Bedford
Christopher Bedale:
Trader Faulkner

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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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