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CARL FUCHS (1st Violoncello).
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
(2nd Violoncello). PHILIP NIFOSI (3rd Violoncello).
D. MILLAR CRAIG.
(4th Violoncello).
V, HELY HUTCHINSON
(Pianoforte).
WINIFRED FISHER (Soprano).
CARL FUCHS and AMBROSE GAUNTLETT.

Contributors

Unknown:
Carl Fuchs
Unknown:
Ambrose Gauntlett
Unknown:
D. Millar Craig.
Pianoforte:
Hely Hutchinson
Soprano:
Winifred Fisher
Soprano:
Carl Fuchs
Soprano:
Ambrose Gauntlett.

Written for Broadcasting by Julius Hare.
Presented by Howard Rose.
Characters (in the order of their speaking):

The time is early in the year 1645, before the battle of Naseby, while the final issue of the struggle between the forces of Charles and Cromwell still lies in the balance. The place is a country road at night, and later the interior of an inn.

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Julius Hare.

S. HAYWOOD (The Champion Mouth-Organist).
REX LONDON (Patter).
G. H. CARLISLE (Syncopated Songs at Piano).
CLARA SALISBURY-BAKER (Canadian Entertainer).
HAROLD KIMBERLEY and OLIVE GROVES in a Light Vocal Entertainment.

Contributors

Unknown:
G. H. Carlisle
Unknown:
Harold Kimberley

2LO London

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