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Issue Details: First known date: 1938... 1938 'Aren't You Mister Plate?'
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'Sentiment is delicately portrayed in Bernard Cronin's latest radio play, to be presented by the Australian Broadcasting Commission. Entitled 'Aren't You Mister Plate?' it depicts a likeable tramp, who, although most disreputable in appearance, nevertheless possesses a heart of gold. How a child discovers beauty within the dross of a human derelict displays an interesting feature of child psychology.'

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'National Broadcast Features', Huon and Derwent Times, 2 June 1938, p.2.

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Listen to : 'Aren't You Mister Plate?' M. J. McDonald , 1938 single work column
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 1 June 1938; (p. 17)
This column introduces the play beginning on Wednesday June 8 1938.
Listen to : 'Aren't You Mister Plate?' M. J. McDonald , 1938 single work column
— Appears in: The Queenslander , 1 June 1938; (p. 17)
This column introduces the play beginning on Wednesday June 8 1938.
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