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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

Relayed from St. Ann's Church, Manchester
GEORGE PRITCHARD (at the Organ)
Doris GAMBELL (Soprano)
From Liverpool

: Doris GAMBELL

From Manchester

: DORIS GAMBELL

From Manchester

: The CHILDREN'S HOUR : S.B. from Leeds

SOS
In which Morse Messages are sent out by HILARY FRY , GUNNELLE HAMLYN, and WIN
ANSON

Contributors

Unknown: Hilary Fry

: A Coleridge-Taylor Programme

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON
Ballet Music, ' Hiawatha ' Little Concert Suite
GLADYS SWEENEY (Soprano)
Four Songs from ' Five Fairy Ballads'
Sweet Baby Butterfly; Alone with Mother ; Big Lady Moon ; Fairy Roses
ORCHESTRA
Suite, ' Othello'
Three Dream Dances
GLADYS SWEENEY
' Sorrow Songs'
When I am dead, my dearest; Unmindful of the roses
Life and Death Spring had come
ORCHESTRA
Four Characteristic Waltzes, Nos. and 4

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Soprano: Gladys Sweeney
Unknown: Gladys Sweeney

: 'The Yellow Triangle'

A Play in One Act by GEORGE W. SUTTON ,
Junior
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
The action takes place in Henderson's house in the ancient city of Zanzibar, twenty-three miles from the East African coast. It is late afternoon, and Henderson is seated at his desk, his wife, Helen, standing facing him. On the desk is a live lizard tied to a staple with a piece of black thread.

Contributors

Unknown: George W. Sutton
Henderson (a Trader): W. E Dickman
Helen (his Wife): Hylda Metcalf
Bardow (U S A Consul): Harold Cluff
Alidini Visoram (an Arab Ivory Agent): D. E. Ormerod
Captain Dorand (Chief of Police): T A Nicholls
Mabruki (Swahili Servant): L Vita








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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