By Thomas Armstrong, Organist and Director of the Choir, St. Peter's, Eaton Square
Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow Church
Introduction and Allegro in F
: An ' Eleanor Farjeon ' Day. The programme will include selections frcm 'Nursery Rhymes of London Town,' sung by Eva Neale. ' Jacob's Ladder,' another ' Anthony ' story especially written fcr the Children's Hour. Selections from 'Joan's Door,' ' Nuts and May,' r.nd ether sources
SOME six months ago the Children's Hour was fortunate in enrolling Miss Farjeon as a regular contributor of stories, and since then there have been included in the programmes not only several tales selected from her books, but others written specially for the purpose. Many of her delightful poems have been broadcast. The idea of a short programme on the lines of ' Eleanor Farjeon in Verse, Song, and Story ' seemed a good one—and so here it is.
Sung by JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor)
Liebeshymnus (Hymn of Love), Op. 32, No. 3
Standchen (Serenade), Op. 17, No. 2
Freundliehe Vision (A welcome vision), Op. 49,
Ich liebe dich (I love thee), Op. 37, No. 2
JOSEPHINE Trix (Syncopated Songs)
ED. Lowry (Keep Smiling)
JAN WIEN (Banjo)
HARRY HELMSLEY (Child Impersonator)
By HAROLD SAMUEL (Pianoforte) and KEITH FALKNER (Baritone)
Toccata) in G Minor
Tho Jovial Aeolus (Secular Cantata ' Der Zufriedengestellte Aeolus ')
Bist du bei mir (Art thou\ near me?) ......
Wilst du dein Herz mir from Anna schenken (Wilt thou give Magdalena's Book me thy heart ?.....
Adagio, in G
Short Prelude, in D
Prelude and Fugue in F Minor (2nd Book of ' 48 ' Preludes and Fugues)
A One-Act Play by H. E. HOLME
THE Master-at-Arms' Mess on board H.M.S. Ambitious is a plain interior, entered by two curtained doors. In the centre is a fairly large table, covered with a white cloth and partially laid for tea. At the side of the table is a long stool, at the end is a chair. There is a small locked cupboard on the wall, with shelves above containing crockery and other articles. Against tho wall is a small writing-desk with a chair in front of it.
It is about 4.30 on a winter's afternoon. James Carter is standing by tho table and throws a piece of broken crockery through one of the doors, narrowly missing Henry Brown who is just coming in and manages to dodgo the missile.
James Carter, Master-at-Arms on board H M S Ambitious:
H. St. Barbe
Henry Brown, Potty-Officer, 1st class, of the same ship:
Fred Wilson, Carter's Nephew, and a Trooper in the Royal Horso Guards HUGH DEMPSTER Florence Carter, Carter's Daughter:
A Short Play written specially for Broadcasting by A.J. Alan
On the front door-steps of an empty house, 88, Lansdowne Crescent , Albert Buckle is standing. He and his wife, the care-takers-in-charge, are just starting out to get a few things from the neighbouring shops before they close.
Albert Buckle (a Caretaker):
Jane Buckle (his Wife):
Mrs Buckle (Albert's Mother):
Mabel Henderson (two smart modern sisters, who are house-hunting):
Ruth Henderson (two smart modern sisters, who are house-hunting):