A Running Commentary on the Second Day's Play by Mr. F. R. ST.LINTON
S.B. from Sheffield
Interludes by JENNIE Richards (Soprano) and the STATION ORCHESTRA
From the Manchester Studio
relayed from Daventry
Madame Hilaria (Yorkshire Entertainer)
'SARAH'S SEA SHELL'
A FANTASTIC FARCE IN ONE ACT
(The Ninth of the 'Browns of Owdham' Series)
Specially written by Edwin Lewis
Blackpool on a hot afternoon. The sea-front is like a shifting rainbow with the brightest hues of Lancashire and Yorkshire spread over the beach.
Sarah and Bill are surveying the scene from a sand castle, from the height of which Bill has achieved youth and lordliness; he is enjoying the temporary loss of thirty years.