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5NO Newcastle

THE 5NO REPERTORY COMPANY.

"THE IMPERTINENCE OF THE
CREATURE."
A Duologue by Cosmo Gordon Lennox.
Cast.
The action takes place in a boudoir leading from a London Ballroom.
"THE TEST KISS."
A comedy in one act by Keble Howard.
Cast.
The action takes place in a country house at evening.
Plays produced by CORDON LEA .
2LO London

WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
KEBLE HOWARD , the well-known
Novelist and Playwright, " Just an Idea." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.
2LO London

" SO THE WORLD WAGS

," by Keble Howard.
1. "UNDER THE MISTLETOE."
Past.
Present.
2. " THE END OF JUNE."
Proposals Overheard. The West I
The Souths (London).
The East)
Produced by R. E. JEFFREY.
2LO London

RADIO REMINISCENCES OF 1925.

Many families will he sitting round the fire on this New Year's Eve recalling, among other things, last year's wireless programmes. Judging from the opinions expressed in our correspondence, the fragments of these past programmes which are to be broadcast to-night will be amongst the most popular.
At about 9 p.m., "Little Resolutions" will be broadcast, the first of a series of talks by the well-known writer, Mr. Keble Howard.
5XX Daventry

Wireless Military Band.

TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass).
" BENKOLDY "
Scenes by Keble Howard.
2LO London

Wireless Mlitary Band.

Conducted by CHARLES LEGGETT. " Benkoldy."
Three Short Scenes by Keble Howard.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
Characters :
5WA Cardiff

The Test Kiss

A Comedy in One Act by Keble Howard
Monica calls Jack a Philistine because ho suggests that, as an ending to a novel, to kiss is more jolly than to go out into the darkness -alone. Monica is a widow and Jack is a faithful if somewhat inarticulate lover. She tells him that she will be compelled to drop him if he shows signs of falling in love with her, and Jack produces a clinical thermometer and a stethoscope to keep himself at the correct state of mental and physical stability.
Regional Programme Midland

' The Dumbleton Fete and Gala'

Preceded by ' The Test Kiss'
A Comedy, by KEBLE HOWARD
Presented by VERA ASHE and SIDNEY EVANS
Third Programme

The Oxford Union A DEBATE

The Motion: That the Methods of Science are destructive of the Myths of Religion'
Proposed by Jeremy Isaacs
(Merton: Ex-President)
Bryan Magee
(Keble: Ex-President) and Professor J. B. S. Haldane , F.R.3.
(New College: Ex-Librarian)
(Continued in next column)
Opposed by Christopher Driver
(Christ Church)
Edmund Ions
(Merton) and Professor C. A. Coulson , F.R.S.
(Trinity College. Cambridge)
In the Chair : Anthony Howard
(Christ Church)
President of the Union
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Monday Play: Shadowfall

by Bruce Stewart
with Richard Pasco as John Henry Newman, Nigel Anthony as Edward Pusey
In 1845 John Henry Newman, co-founder and leading spirit of the Oxford Movement within the Church of England, suddenly and dramatically decided to become a Roman Catholic. It was a decision that shocked not only intellectuals, but virtually the whole of English society.
'You, Mr Newman? You seek admission to the Catholic church? But you are the most notable Anglican divine in the land. Together with Mr Pusey and Mr Keble , you have founded the Oxford Movement, which underpins and strengthens the entire established Church; It is surely hardly conceivable.'
BBC Bristol
BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Play: The Fast Gentleman

By Keble Howard. Leonard is a strangerto fast cars, fast women and boats. His attempts to captain the NauShtvNvmph lead him into risen waters. With Maggie McCarthy Andrew Branch and Brian Parr
Adapted for BBC Radio 4 by Jeremy Nicholas. Directed by Jane Morgan






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