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Regional Programme Midland

F. R.BuCKLEY:' First Night Impressions of the Malvem Festival'

Malvern Dramatic Festival was established bv Sir Barry Jackson in 1929. The Apple Cart and The Barretts of Wimpole Street had their premieres there. This year John Drinkwater 's play A Man's House will be given for the first time. F. R. Buckley , who records his impressions of the opening night, is Film Critic of the Birmingham Evening Despatch. He won the 0. Henry prize for a short story in the States, and has written several novels.
Regional Programme Midland

Conspiracy in the Midlands

An episode of the Gunpowder Plot
Reconstructed by F. R. BUCKLEY and produced by OWEN REED
Relayed from Holbeche House,
Staffordshire
Regional Programme Midland

' Conspiracy in the Midlands'

The Story of the Gunpowder Plot
Dramatised by F. R. BUCKLEY
The cast includes
STANLEY ILLESLEY, HUGH MORTON , CYRIL WRIGHT , CEDRIC JOHNSON , WORTLEY ALLEN , GODFREY BASELEY ,
STUART VINDEN , WILLIAM HUGHES
Produced by OWEN REED
Many of the important episodes in the Gunpowder Plot were associated with the Midlands. It was the severe laws against Catholics that induced Catesby, who was a Northamptonshire man, and other Catholics living in the Midlands, to formulate the plot. A number of the conspirators meeting at Huddington, near Droitwich, received the news that the plot was discovered, and fled north. They made their last stand at Holbeche House, near Himley, and it was from there that most of the episodes in F. R. Buckley 's play were relayed last Guy Fawkes day.
The author is Cinema Critic of the Birmingham Despatch, has written several novels; and won the 0. Henry prize for short stories in America.
Regional Programme Midland

The Children's Hour

' Conspiracy in the Midlands', a historical play of Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot written by F. R. BUCKLEY
F. R. Buckley 's play has been broadcast in the evening programme and has now been adapted for the Children's Hour. It is of special interest to Midland listeners, as the conspirators made their last stand at Holbeche House, near Wolverhampton. Mr. Buckley is a Birmingham film critic; he lived for several years in America and while there he wrote a number of novels.
BBC Home Service Basic

' LIVING IN LAYERS '

F. R. Buckley , just back from the United States, describes apartment-house life in a big American city
BBC Home Service Basic

THE JUNE REVUE

More oblique observations in the margin of the month by Denis Norden and Frank Muir with Howard Marion-Crawford
Joy Nichols
Patricia Hayes , Bruce Belfrage
James Lavall , Alan Dean
F. R. Buckley , Stanley Unwin
The Keynotes
Augmented Dance Orchestra Conducted by Stanley Black
Production by Pat Dixon
BBC Home Service Basic

THE COUNTRYMAN'S SHOP-WINDOW

In this programme from the Royal Show at Shrewsbury F. R. Buckley, a townsman with a microphone, looks inside and talks to people in his search for the human interest and meaning of the Show
BBC Home Service Basic

THE OCTOBER REVUE

with Roy Plomley
Petula Clark , Bruce Belfrage
Patricia Hayes , Deryck Guyler Charles Hawtrey , Sydney Keith Stanley Unwin and F. R. Buckley
Alan Dean , Johnny Johnston and the Keynotes
Augmented BBC Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Stanley Black
Script by Roy Plomley Produced by Pat Dixon
BBC Home Service Basic

THE ANIMAL WORLD

Edited by Professor S. Zuckerman ,
C.B., F.R.S.,
Department of Anatomy,
University of Birmingham
Produced by Robin Whitworth
4-Personality and Driving Force
Written by Patrick Impey in consultation with P. L. Krohn and J. T. Eayrs
The work of various scientists is quoted or explained by William Avenell , F. R. Buckley , Robert Mawdesley , Stanley John , and Dorothy Paul
This programme shows how individual animals and species differ temperamentally, and how temperament is a manifestation of the driving forces of hunger, self-protection, and sex. The speakers consider the study of temperamental differences through the concept of dominance or aggression between animals, and discuss their causes and their, relation to temperament in man himself.
BBC Home Service Basic

CHILDREN'S HOUR

'Hearts are Trumps'
An operetta
Libretto by L. du Garde Peach
Music by Victor Hely-Hutchinson with Marjorie Westbury , Dudley Rolph
Billie Baker. Alfred Hepworth
Joy Davies , Clarence Wright
Cuthbert Ford , Stanley Mason
Peter Wilde
BBC Midland Chorus
BBC Midland Light Orchestra
Conductor, Gilbert Vinter
Produced by John Tylee
The characters in this operetta are members of the Pack of Cards, and the action takes place in the court of the King of Diamonds, where a husband is to be chosen for his daughter, the Ten of Diamonds. Suitors include the Jack of Clubs (whom the Queen favours) and the Joker (whom the Ten favours) but the sudden arrival of the Jack of Hearts disrupts the Queen's plans for her daughter's betrothal. He sweeps the Ten off her feet and ends the story happily.
-followed by ' I Went for the Bananas': a talk by F. R. Buckley
BBC Home Service Basic

THE ANIMAL WORLD

Edited by Professor S. Zuckerman ,
C.B., F.R.S.
Department of Anatomy,
University of Birmingham
Produced by Robin Whitworth
5-How Animals Learn
Written by Patrick Impey in consultation with the late Dr. D. A. Hanson
The work of various scientists is quoted or explained by Edward Brandon , F. R. Buckley , John Chandos , J. Hubert Leslie , and Paul Martin
Animals are equipped with a rudimentary instinctive intelligence as soon as they are born, but they can also learn. How do they learn ? Research through psychology reveals learning by trial and error; physiological research, the theory of automatic learning by habit, the conditioned reflex. The theory of ' insight ' is discussed, and the mentality of apes considered, for example the use by chimpanzees of symbolism, language, and token money.
BBC Home Service Basic

THE ANIMAL WORLD

Edited by Professor S. Zuckerman , C.B.,F.R.S.
Department of Anatomy,
University of Birmingham
Produced by Robin Whitworth
4-Personality and Driving Force
Written by Patrick Impey in consultation with P. L. Krohn and J. T. Eayrs
Cast:
The work of various scientists is quoted or explained by F. R. Buckley , Stanley John , and Dorothy Paul
BBC Home Service Basic

THE ANIMAL WORLD

Edited by Professor S.Zuckerman
C.B., F.R.S.
Department of Anatomy
University of Birmingham
Produced by Robin Whitworth
5—How Animals Learn
Written by Patrick Impey in consultation with the late
Dr. D. A. Hanson
Cast:
The work of various scientists is quoted or explained by Edward Brandon. F. R. Buckley , John Chandos , J. Hubert Leslie , and Paul Martin
Animals are equipped with a rudimentary instinctive intelligence as soon as they are born, but they can also learn. How do they learn? Research through psychology reveals learning by trial and error; physiological research, 'the theory of automatic learning by habit, the conditioned reflex. The theory of ‘insight ’ is discussed, and the mentality of apes considered—for example the use by chimpanzees of symbolism, language, and token money.
BBC Home Service Basic

CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Clock that Lost his Voice': a story for the younger listeners. Written by W. H. Wood , and told by Georgie Henschel
Albert Webb and his String Players with Ronald Bristol (tenor)
' Fire at Sea': F. R. Buckley tells the story of a winter voyage to America






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