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Regional Variations (2)

THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

National Programme London

Xylophone and Vibraphone solos by RUDY STARITA
The story of ' Amabel and the Bogy' from ' Jan of the Windmill '
(Juliana H. Ewing )
At approximately 5.30 p.m. ' Here and There '-being a summary of the week's news by STEPHEN KING-HALL

Contributors

Solos By:
Rudy Starita
Unknown:
Juliana H. Ewing
Unknown:
Stephen King-Hall

Regional Variations (2)

' The Path of Glory'

National Programme London

The cast will include the following
Artists-
Reginald Tate ; Philip Cunningham ; Ivan Samson ; Drelincourt Odlum; Donald Wolfit ; Ernest Haines ; Andrew Churchman ; A. Scott-Gatty; Clifton Boyne ; George Manship ; Leslie Perrins ; Alfred Gray ; Jack Knight ; Gladys Young ; Stanley Vine ; A. Brandon-Cremer; W. Earle Grey ; Charles Straite ; Floy Penrhyn ; Barbara Francis ; Leonard Trollope ; Philip Wade ; Eric Lugg ; Hector Abbas ; Dorinda Thorne ; Josephine Shand ; Billie Sinclair ;
Kathenne Hynes.

Contributors

Artists:
Reginald Tate
Artists:
Philip Cunningham
Unknown:
Ivan Samson
Unknown:
Donald Wolfit
Unknown:
Ernest Haines
Unknown:
Andrew Churchman
Unknown:
Clifton Boyne
Unknown:
George Manship
Unknown:
Leslie Perrins
Unknown:
Alfred Gray
Unknown:
Jack Knight
Unknown:
Gladys Young
Unknown:
W. Earle Grey
Unknown:
Charles Straite
Unknown:
Floy Penrhyn
Unknown:
Barbara Francis
Unknown:
Leonard Trollope
Unknown:
Philip Wade
Unknown:
Eric Lugg
Unknown:
Hector Abbas
Unknown:
Dorinda Thorne
Unknown:
Josephine Shand
Unknown:
Billie Sinclair
Unknown:
Kathenne Hynes.

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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