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The Geisha

on Regional Programme Northern

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Marie Tempest introduces a broadcasting version of Owen Hall's
Story of a Tea House with Huntley Wright as Wun-Hi
Lyrics by Harry Greenbank
Music by Sidney Jones
Characters in order of appearance.:
Geisha, Tea Girls, Naval Officers, Police, Tourists, etc.
THE BBC CHORUS and the BBC THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Conductor, STANFORD ROBINSON
Pidgin English by CLIFFORD COLLINSON
Adaptation and Production by GORDON McCONNEL
(From Regional)
Note: In the midst of numerous engagements connected with the public celebration of her stage Jubilee, Miss Marie Tempest has found time to make a special recording of her introductory speech.
' The Geisha' will be broadcast in the National programme on Thursday

Contributors

Unknown:
Owen Hall
Unknown:
Huntley Wright
Unknown:
Harry Greenbank
Music By:
Sidney Jones
Unknown:
Clifford Collinson
Unknown:
Miss Marie Tempest
Police Sergeant Takemini (attendant on the Marquis):
William Stephens
Marquis Imari (Chief of Police andGovernor of the Province):
Lawrence Baskcomb
Juliette (A French Tea Girl):
Colleen Clifford
Wun-Hi (Chinese Proprietor of the Tea House):
Huntley Wright
Lieutenant Cunningham Officers of H M S Turtle:
Scott Ewart
Lieutenant Feginald Fairfax Officers of H M S Turtle:
Arnold Matters
Lady Constance Wynne (A Wealthy Englishwoman):
Gladys Young
0 Mimosa San (A Geisha):
Anne Ziegler
Lieutenant Katana (Of the Imperial Japanese Artillery):
Ian G Lennie

Regional Programme Northern

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Regional Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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