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Introduced by Olive Shapley
' What's Your Worry: Are you frightened of forms ? ' 4—' Applying for maternity benefits,' by Marian Cutler
' Getting Civilised ': four talks by a doctor on what every toddler has to learn. 3—' Obedience '
' Studying Singing in Hungary,' by Cynthia Jolly
' Doing a Play': Dorothy Robin son, who teaches at a school of dramatic art, suggests ways which may help the amateur actress to get a clearer picture of the character she is to play
Serial: ' Cry, the Beloved Country ' by Alan Paton. Abridged by Audrey Lucas. Read by Carleton Hobbs

Contributors

Introduced By:
Olive Shapley
Unknown:
Marian Cutler
Unknown:
Cynthia Jolly
Unknown:
Dorothy Robin
Unknown:
Alan Paton.
Abridged By:
Audrey Lucas.
Read By:
Carleton Hobbs

by Laurence Housman
Adapted for broadcasting by John Watt
Produced by Hugh Stewart

Contributors

Unknown:
Laurence Housman
Broadcasting By:
John Watt
Produced By:
Hugh Stewart
Queen Victoria:
Gwen Ffrangeon-Davies
Prince Albert:
Olaf Olsen
Lord Melbourne:
Brewster Mason
Lord John Russell:
Milton Rosmer
Lord Palmerston:
James Dale
Lord Beaconsfleld:
Hugh Miller
Mr Gladstone:
Lawrence Baskcomb
Mrs Gladstone:
Margaret Halstan
Duchess of Kent:
Joan Clement Scott
Prince Ernest:
Malcolm Hayes
Princess Alice (as a girl):
Jenny Lovelace
Lord Conyngham:
Richard Williams
Mr Tudor:
Humphrey Morton
Archbishop of Canterbury:
Arthur Ridley
Dr Clark:
Charles Mortimer
Sir Henry Holland:
Raf de la Torre
Lady Muriel:
Janet Morrison
Lady Grace:
Margaret Vines
Mr John Brown:
Duncan McLntyre
Narrator:
Laidman Browne

Brian Vesey - FitzGerald talks about things to see and hear out-of-doors this month. Robert Colville and J. K. Stanford are the other speakers
Sound pictures recorded by Ludwig Koch
Produced by Desmond Hawkins

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Vesey
Unknown:
Robert Colville
Unknown:
J. K. Stanford
Unknown:
Ludwig Koch
Produced By:
Desmond Hawkins

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