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A Discussion between Mr. L. A. G. STRONG and Mr. HUGH WALPOLE
Confession is as good for broadcasting as it is for the soul, judging by the appreciation drawn forth by Air. Strong's honest avowals of what he really enjoys in his reading. Tonight he engages in the first of several discussions with fellow novelists, and, if Mr. Hugh .Walpole is as frank as his host, ' a good time should be had by all.'

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. L. A. G. Strong
Unknown:
Mr. Hugh Walpole

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' The Week Abroad'

National Programme London

Mr. VERNON BARTLETT
This will be Mr. Bartlett's first appearance at the London microphone since he started on his tour of the Continent early .in March. Within the last three months he has seen European politics at first hand and events moving even quicker than usual. In the course of his travels Mr. Bartlett has talked with many of the leading politicians of Europe, and listeners will welcome hack their own foreign correspondent tonight with particular interest.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Vernon Bartlett

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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