A Radio Drama of the South Sea by EDWIN LEWIS
Presented by the STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS
1. THE BRIDGE of S-Y ZENO—9.0 p.m.
II. A HUT in the Village OF ZENOA—11.0 p.m.
III. MIDNIGHT IN ZENOA
IV. IN THE FOREST—1.0 a.m.
V. OUTSIDE THE 'RETREAT '—3.0 a.m.
VI. IN the VILLAGE OF ZENOA
VII. IN AND AROUND THE RETREAT'
Incidental Music by the STATION ORCHESTRA
Ivan MarioS (the White ' King ' of Zenoa):
Anson (Mate of the S-Y Zeno):
Captain Guy Athway:
Annette (Athway's Wife):
Andy Martin (Athway's Man):
Umballa (a Native Chief):
Matthews (Wireless Operator at Zenoa):
Commander Markham, of the U S Navy:
Frederic Hymen Cowen
THE AUGMENTED STATION ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Overture, 'The Butterflies' Ball' Suite, 'The Language of Flowers'
WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano)
Whene'er a snowflake leaves the sky
R. J. FORBES (Pianoforte) and Orchestra Concertstuck in B Flat
A Song of Morning The Swallows
Four old English Dances
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