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' ENGAGEMENT VERY DIFFICULT'

Written by ' Blair,' and produced by Fred O'Donovan
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Saturday-Night Theatre ' THE SILVER KING'

Radio version of the famous melodrama by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman. Special music by Dennis Arundell '. Produced by Walter Rilla
Other parts played by Josephine Shand, Freda Falconer, Stanley Groome, Alexander Sarner, William Trent, Glen Farmer, and Peter Noble
(The play was first produced at the Princess's Theatre, London, oa November 16. 1882)
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Saturday-Night Theatre Leon M. Lion in 'LOYALTIES'

by John Galsworthy , arranged for broadcasting by Peggy Wells. Produced by Felix Felton
The action takes place at Meldon Court, near Newmarket, and in London
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Edward Chapman in ' HAPPILY EVER AFTER'

Radio play by Margaret Gore-Browne . Produced by Felix Felton
Other parts played by Jane Barrett.
Lucille Lisle , George Owen , Dermot Cathie , and Charles Maunsell
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Doctor Thorne: Episode 7

Adapted from Anthony Trollope's novel by H. Oldfield Box.
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THE TREMENDOUS ADVENTURES OF MAJOR BROWN'

Adapted from the G. K. Chesterton story by Douglas Cleverdon. Produced by Hugh Stewart
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Leslie Banks in ' LOUIS PASTEUR'

a dramatic portrait, with a commentary by Sir Alexander Flem ing, F.R.s. The story of a great scientist who was also a very human and a very lovable man. Written and produced by Nesta Pain
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'MR. LUCAS'

A new radio play by Francis Durbridge. Produced by Howard Rose
Other parts played by Lucille Lisle , Ernest Sefton , Glen Farmer. Frank Partington and Dermot Cathie
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Wednesday Matinee 'DEAR SARA'

by Betty Stafford Robinson. Produced by Fred O'Donovan
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'THE FRIENDLY FOE'

by Mary Coleridge. Adapted for radio by Michael Swan. Produced by Fred O'Donovan
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'MISS BRACEGIRDLE DOES HER DUTY'

Adapted for broadcasting by C. Gordon Glover from the short story of Stacy Aumonier. Produced by Walter Rilla
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' WHY NOT LIVE IN A TREE?'

by Horton Giddy . Produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Ann Codring ton, Grizelda Hervey. Josephine Shand , and Glen Farmer
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Wednesday Matinee MR. PITT'S NIECE

by Cecilia Hill. Produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by Arthur Ridley , Molly Rankin , and George Owen
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Corner in Crime: 1: Silver Blaze

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted for broadcasting by C. Gordon Glover
Weekly dramatic programme dealing with crimes both real and fictional.
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The Atom Explodes

Story of radio-activity, written and produced by Nesta Pain. Scientific advice by Professor F. G. Donnan , F.R.S., and Dr. Norman Feather, F.R.S., of the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge
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'GROSS TONNAGE'

by Anthony Gittins. Produced by Howard Rose and
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Phyllis Neilson-Terry in 'MR. PITT'S NIECE'

Play by Cecilia Hill , produced by Hugh Stewart
Other parts played by members of the BBC Repertory Company
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Wednesday Matinee 'A TRIANGLE HAS FOUR SIDES'

by Benn Pbmerance. Produced by Hugh Stewart
4.30 app. ' DISPLACED
PERSONS' by Ursula Bloom. Produced by Hugh Stewart






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