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by Arthur Wing Pinero. Adapted for broadcasting by Donald B. Edwards. Produced by Howard Rose. (Recording of last Saturday's broadcast in the Home Service)
Scene: Overbury Towers. Mr. Filmer Jesson 's country house on the outskirts of a town in the Midlands

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Donald B. Edwards.
Produced By:
Howard Rose.
Unknown:
Mr. Filmer Jesson
Harding:
Preston Lockwood
Filmer Jesson M P:
Laidman Browne
Geraldine Ridgeley:
Lydia Sherwood
Hilary Jesson:
Harry Welchman
Nina Jesson:
Dorothy Hyson
Lady- Ridgeley:
Helen Haye
Mile Thomé -:
Gladys Spencer
Major Maurewarde:
Richard Hurndall
Sir Daniel Ridgeley:
William Trent
Pryce Ridgeley:
Alexander Archdale
Dr Dilnott:
Victor Fairley
Derek Jesson:
David De Farran

Master of Ceremonies, Clay Keyes
Gladys Keyes as Martha, the village carrier; Susan Scott as Phoebe, the post-girl; and this week's famous visitor : ' The Court of Melody ' ; Variety guest star. Jack Train ; ' Beautiful Memory ': ' Can You Beat the Band? Richard Gray. Olwen Brookes. Stanley Dale , Kenneth Morgan , and the Old Town Hall Orchestra and Chorus under the direction of Stanley Black. Written and devised by Gladys and Clay Keyes. and produced by Tom Ronald

Contributors

Unknown:
Clay Keyes
Unknown:
Gladys Keyes
Unknown:
Susan Scott
Unknown:
Jack Train
Unknown:
Richard Gray.
Unknown:
Olwen Brookes.
Unknown:
Stanley Dale
Unknown:
Kenneth Morgan
Unknown:
Clay Keyes.
Produced By:
Tom Ronald

In The Return Match,' with Eric Micklewood as Bunny. Adapted by Beatrice Gilbert from the short story by E. W. Hornung and produced by Leslie Stokes. Other parts played by Edwin Ellis , Victor Fairley ,
Stephen Jack , Williams Lloyd, and John Stone.

Contributors

Unknown:
Eric Micklewood
Adapted By:
Beatrice Gilbert
Story By:
E. W. Hornung
Produced By:
Leslie Stokes.
Played By:
Edwin Ellis
Played By:
Victor Fairley
Unknown:
Stephen Jack
Unknown:
John Stone.

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