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' Walks Through London-Whitechapel '
MR. J. J. MALLON is widely known, not only as Warden of Toynbee Hall , Whitechapel, the first University Settlement, but also as a witty and sympathetic personality, closely associated with many movements for social betterment. His first important public work was done as Secretary of the Anti-Sweating League, and he later became one of the leaders in the Trade Boards Movement and in the formation of Whitley Councils of employers and employed.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. J. J. Mallon
Unknown:
Toynbee Hall

A Children's Farce, with Songs adapted by PHILIP CARR and NIGEL PLAYFAIR from the well-known Pictures and Verses of ' Struwwelpeter '
Music by Walter Rubens
Characters:
Papa, Mamma, Peter, Philip, Augustus, Harriet,
The Blackmoor, Mintz and Mauntz (Cats), First Child, Second Child, Third Child, Chorus
Scene : A Toy Garden with Noah's Ark trees, and a toy landscape in the distance, very highly coloured.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY

Contributors

Adapted By:
Philip Carr
Adapted By:
Nigel Playfair
Music By:
Walter Rubens
Presented By:
R. E. Jeffrey

FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
Mr. COLLINSON OWEN: Humour '
MR. COLLINSON OWEN , who concludes the series of ' Modern Humorists ' who have broadcast from the London Station on alternate Wednesday's since the autumn, is the author of the humorous articles well known to readers of the Evening Standard, where they appear periodically over the initials ' C. 0.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Collinson Owen

A NATIVITY PLAY
In Three Scenes, by BERNARD WALKE
Relayed from St. Hilary's Church, Marazion,
Cornwall
Cast (in the order of their appearance): The Angel Boy
Second Shepherd First Shepherd
Elizabeth Mother
Benjamin Asaph Rachel
First King
Second King
Third King „
Scene 1. A Shepherd Encampment Scene 2. A Home near Bethlehem
Scene 3. A Stable and Crib at Bethlehem

Contributors

Unknown:
Elizabeth Mother
Unknown:
Benjamin Asaph

Sung by DALE SMITH
Disobedience ; The Alchemist ; Jonathan Jo ; The Four Friends; Independence; Before Tea ; Bad Sir Brian Botany
THIS will be the first performance of this new set of songs from Mr. A. A. Milne 's series of poems, ' When We Were Very Young.' The music is by Mr. Fraser-Simson, the composer of the first set, who hopes to be able to be present to accompany the songs himself.

Contributors

Sung By:
Dale Smith
Unknown:
Jonathan Jo
Unknown:
Sir Brian Botany
Unknown:
Mr. A. A. Milne

Arranged by A. G. D. WEST and announced by EDDY REED
THIS programme (from the London Studio) will be representative of the programmes transmitted by the best American Stations. The music will be as performed by well-known American radio artists and orchestras, with announcements in the style of popular announcers. The call sign used will be fictitious, but the names of the artists will be correctly given.
The best American programmes are provided by advertisers, and this transmission will give an idea as to how much the advertiser can get in return for providing the artists.
It must be remembered that a large proportion of programme time in America is given up to dance music: in one form or another.

Contributors

Arranged By:
A. G. D. West

2LO London

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