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: Lunch-Time Music by the LONDON CHORDEONS

relayed from Cox's Café, Cardiff

: THE STATION TRIO

FRANK THOMAS (Violin),
FRANK WHITNALL ('Cello), VERA . MCCOMB THOMAS (Piano)

Contributors

Cello: Frank Whitnall
Cello: Vera McComb Thomas

: Miss MARY ROSE

'Beautifying the Home-
Decorative Schemes for Festive Occasions '

: THE CHILDREN'S Hour

Christmas Party and Dance. Music by the LONDON CHORDEONS, relayed from Cox's Café, Cardiff
G. S. PERRETT , Magical Entertainer

Contributors

Unknown: G. S. Perrett

: Mr. L. A. KNIGHT

' The Passing of the Old
Coach Road

: Programme

S.B. from London

: MELODY

MYSTERY, AND MIRTH
THE STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by WAR-
WICK BRAITHWAITE CIMAROSA (1749-1801) was one of the most famous of Italian Operatic Composers.
His work was very well known abroad in his day. In 1787 he was appointed Chamber Composer to the Empress of Russia, and later became Court Musician to Leopold III. of Austria. The Secret Marriage is his best remembered work. So highly delighted was the Emperor with the first performance of the gay work, that he encored the entire Opera-and, of course, had to be obeyed!

Contributors

Unknown: Wick Braithwaite

: 'THE BLUE' PENGUIN'

by HAROLD Simpson and GEOFFREY TEMPEST
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY
Played by THE LONDON RADIO REPERTORY
PLAYERS
Cast :
A STORMY winter's evening, in the kitchen of a little country inn, ' The Blue Penguin,' Jacob, the old potman, is seated on a settle muttering to himself and gazing into a fire which is burning in a large open fireplace. Through a long. low lattice window at the back of the room tho corner of a porch can be seen.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Simpson
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey

: Programme

S.B. from London (10.10 Local News)








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