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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Breaking-up Day at School
A Selection of Students' Songs, played by the SUNSHINE TRIO. Songs from the Scottish Students' Song Book, sung by BETTY WHEATLEY :
A School Yarn told by ROBERT ROBERTS

Contributors

Sung By: Betty Wheatley
Told By: Robert Roberts

: SPIERO'S ORCHESTRA

Relayed from the Palace Picture Theatre,
Blackpool

: SPIERO'S ORCHESTRA (Continued)

Fantasia on Leoncavallo's ' Pagliacci '

: ' Marjory'

A Comedy, with Music, in Two Acts
Based on JOHN B. BUCKSTONE 'S Comedy, ' A
Rough Diamond '
Lyrics by T. S. FIELD
Music by T. YORKE SHEFFIELD
Cast:
Sir James Treverton
Lord Wilfred Caversham Captain Neil Barry Dick Hucklestay
William Henry Jenkins { (Footmen in the service Henry William Jenkins of Sir James) Lady Maud Caversham
Susan Smithers (Lady's Maid) Marjory (Lady Treverton)
Scene I. Sir James Treverton's Country House. Scene II. The same (the following day).
Vocalists:
EVELYN BURY, GLADYS SWEENEY ,
BETTY WHEATLEY , ARTHUR DAVIES , HARRY HOPE-WELL, RALPH COLLINS , ROBERT LAING , and CHARLES NESBITT
Dialogue :
HYLDA METCALF, LUCIA ROGERS , EDITH Toms ,
HAROLD CLUFF , G. BERNARD SMITH , RALPH Collis , ROBERT LAING , F. A. NICHOLS , and CHARLES NESBITT
Supported by THE STATION ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: John B. Buckstone
Music By: T. Yorke Sheffield
Unknown: Sir James Treverton
Unknown: Lord Wilfred Caversham
Unknown: Captain Neil Barry
Unknown: Dick Hucklestay
Unknown: William Henry Jenkins
Unknown: Henry William Jenkins
Unknown: Lady Maud Caversham
Unknown: Susan Smithers
Unknown: Gladys Sweeney
Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Arthur Davies
Unknown: Ralph Collins
Unknown: Robert Laing
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: Lucia Rogers
Unknown: Edith Toms
Unknown: Harold Cluff
Unknown: G. Bernard Smith
Unknown: Ralph Collis
Unknown: Robert Laing
Unknown: F. A. Nichols








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