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Introduced by Marjorie Anderson
They Remember: memories of two world wars from people who lived through them
As I See It: personal comment from Ruth Adam
Motorists' Vices and Virtues: observed by Sheila Van Damm
Women and Fatigue: the last of three readings from Dr. Marion Hilliard's recent book


Introduced By:
Marjorie Anderson
Ruth Adam
Sheila van Damm

Phra the Phoenician
A play in six episodes by Michael Kelly based on the book by Edwin Lester Arnold with Norman Wooland as Phra
Episode 5
Production by Claire Chovil
Interlude by the Madrigal and Motet Choirs of Berkhamsted School
Conductor, Dr. Kenneth Abbott

5.45 Prayers
The Rev. Ronald Selby Wright talks about Remembering
2: Remembering the brave


Michael Kelly
Book By:
Edwin Lester Arnold
Norman Wooland
Production By:
Claire Chovil
Dr. Kenneth Abbott
Rev. Ronald Selby Wright
Jeffrey Segal
William Fox
Barry Henderson
Christopher Turner
Carleton Hobbs
Lady Isobel of Oswaldston:
Elizabeth London

Appeal on behalf of the Ex-Services Mental Welfare
Society registered in accordance with the National Assistance Act, 1948 by Kenneth More
Contributions (preferably by crossed postal order or cheque) will be gratefully acknowledged and should be addressed to [address removed]
The Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society is the only voluntary organisation, working on a specialist basis, exclusively devoted to the care of ex-Service men and women of all ranks of all three Services, including the Merchant Navy, suffering from mental and nervous breakdown as a result of their service in war.
Through its offices, curative home, rehabilitation industrial centre, and old people's home, the Society offers specialist care with sympathy, understanding, and promptness.


Kenneth More

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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