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: Wales V. Scotland

Swansea Programme relayed from Daventry

: Scenes from Foreign Lands

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTAR

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

S.B. from Leeds
' Tho Teeth of the Caliph '—a Playlet by Hilary Fry ,
Songs by GUNNELLE HAMLYN
Eastern Music played by THE LEEDS STATION Trio

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Fry
Songs By: Gunnelle Hamlyn

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

Relayed to London and Daventry BEETHOVEN'S PIANOFORTE SONATAS
Played by EDWARD ISAACS
Sonata in G Major, Op. 14, No. 2
Allegro ; Andante ; Scherzo (Assai Allegro)

Contributors

Played By: Edward Isaacs

: S.B. from London 'Cinderella'

FRANCIS LAIDLER 'S Great Yorkshire Pantomime
Relayed from The Theatre Royal, Leeds
S.B. from Leeds
Book by REG BOLTON
Produced by FRANCIS LAIDLER THE TWELVE RENEE-ROGAN GIRLS, FRANCIS LAIDLER'S LITTLE SUNBEAMS ; FULL LONDON
CHORL'S and AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA, conducted by GEORGE W. JACKSON

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Laidler
Book By: Reg Bolton
Produced By: Francis Laidler
Conducted By: George W. Jackson
Prince Charming: Florence Helm
Baron de Broke: Eddie Jaye
Dandin (The Prince's Valet): Leslie Barker
Trixie (The Baron's Step-daughters): Marion Dawson
Julia (The Baron's Step-daughters): Muriel White
James (The Baron's Butler): Alfred Jepson
Sam Skinner (The Broker's Men): Phil Faune
Dick Rookem (The Broker's Men): Johnny Feli
Crystal (The Fairy Godmother): Nesta Woodall
Cinderella (The Baron's Youngest Daughter): Josie Melville
Peter (The Baron's Page): Reg Bolton

: THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS in ' Without Publicity'

A Comedy Drama by J. C. SPENCE
Produced by EDWARD P. GENN Scene : The Living Room in Major Welles ley's Cottage in Hertfordshire

Contributors

Unknown: J. C. Spence
Major Wellesley, D.S.O. (The Owner of the Jewel): Philip H. Harper
Hanson (The Man Servant): Walter Shore
Mr. Bnrtlett: J. P. Lambe








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