' The Storm,' from Suite ' 'The Sea' (Frank
Played by THE STATION ORCHESTRA
' The Blue Men of the Minch ' (Baniock)
' Beating up the Channel ' (Sanderson)
Sung by HARRY HOPEWELL
A Sea Story told by ROBERT ROBERTS
A Programme to which Lakeland Artists will contribute A Reading from Wordsworth The ' Lucy ' Lyrics 'THE MARRYING OF WILLIAM'A Play in One Act by L. DU GARDE PEACH Produced by DAVID E. ORMEROD
Presented by THE STATION REPERTORY PLAYERS Cast : Scene : The living-room kitchen of a country cottage on the shores of Derwentwator, about four o'clock in the afternoon
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