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Relayed from The Bristol Musical Club, Bristol
Lockier String Orchestra
Conducted by Harold Bernard

'Thic Thare Dawg'
A West Somerset Dialect Play in One Act by Phoebe M. Rees
Characters
Tom Escott, a middle-aged farm labourer
Emma Escott, his wife
Bess Escott, his daughter, aged eleven
Mrs. Bartle, the proprietress of the village shop
Richard Chilcott, a well-to-do farmer
Tiger, a sheep dog
Played by The Nettlecome Players
Scene: The interior of a cottage kitchen in West Somerset
Time: Afternoon of a day in late September

Contributors

Musicians:
Lockier String Orchestra
Conductor:
Harold Bernard
Writer (Thic Thare Dawg):
Phoebe M. Rees
[Actors]:
The Nettlecome Players

by Phoebe Meirion Rees
(Based on the story, ' A College
Mystery', by A. P. Baker )
Scene, Kelvin College
Time, 1935
Cast
Scene, Kelvin College
Time, 1835
Cast
Production by Michael Goodwin

Contributors

Unknown:
Phoebe Meirion Rees
Unknown:
A. P. Baker
Production By:
Michael Goodwin
Oliver Wilson:
Ross Hutchinson
Rex Denning:
John S Smith
Fabia Cardew:
Unity Day
Robert Hamblin:
Henry Donald
Tom Milward:
Hedley Goodall
Peter Manning:
Michael Holloway
Prof Harrison:
Cyril Roberts
Anne Christie:
Deborah Kerr
Emily Hardwicke:
Peggy Ann Wood
Mrs Smith:
Phyllis Smale

Recital by the BBC Singers (A)
Margaret Godley , Margaret Rees , Doris Owens , Joyce Sutton , Brad-bridge White, Martin Boddey ,
Stanley Riley , Samuel Dyson
Conducted by Mansel Thomas
Six Elizabethan Pastorals, Op. 49
1 To his flocks. 2 Corydon, arise! 3 Diaphenia. 4 Sweet love for me. 5 Damon's passion. 6 Phoebe
Stanford

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Godley
Unknown:
Margaret Rees
Unknown:
Doris Owens
Unknown:
Joyce Sutton
Unknown:
Martin Boddey
Unknown:
Stanley Riley
Unknown:
Samuel Dyson
Conducted By:
Mansel Thomas

From the West of England including
Out for a Walk in the Quantocks with Norman Moore
On Seeing Things, by Phoebe Rees
What I think about kitchen gadgets, by V. H. Mottram
Two Places for One: four Bristol people discuss a successful experiment at St. Werburgh's Nursery School
The Advantages of England: Kay Coriat and Joan Hetreed count their blessings on returning from Africa
(Continued in next column)
Serial: A Room with a View by E. M. Forster
Abridged by Arthur Calder-Marshall
Read by Gladys Young
Last instalment
Programme introduced by Rosemary Colley

Contributors

Unknown:
Norman Moore
Unknown:
Phoebe Rees
Unknown:
V. H. Mottram
Unknown:
Kay Coriat
Unknown:
Joan Hetreed
Unknown:
E. M. Forster
Abridged By:
Arthur Calder-Marshall
Read By:
Gladys Young
Introduced By:
Rosemary Colley

A play for broadcasting by Phoebe M. Rees
Produced by Brandon Acton-Bond
This is the story of a chain of ghostly events at Bardon House in Somerset, leading to the discovery of the Bardon Papers which cast a new light on the trial of Mary Queen of Scots.

Contributors

Writer:
Phoebe M. Rees
Produced by:
Brandon Acton-Bond
William Leigh:
Richard Williams
Frances Leigh:
Daphne Heard
Margaret Leigh:
Janette Richer
Mary Leigh:
Sheila Mitchell
Robert Leigh:
Richard Bebb
Mrs Takle:
Gwen Howell
Charlie Bryant:
George Mattock
Harry Chibbet:
Robert Bashford
Sara:
Nell Oxley

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

A weekly magazine of special interest to blind listeners
Playwright: PHOEBE REES , who has written over 60 plays - many since she lost her sight-talks to JONQUIL ANTONY about her work. Introduced by DAVID SCOTT BLACKHALL Producer THENA HESHEL

Contributors

Unknown:
Phoebe Rees
Unknown:
Jonquil Antony
Introduced By:
David Scott Blackhall
Producer:
Thena Heshel