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: DANCE MUSIC

THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally Conducted by JACK PAYXE
ART FOWLER and his Ukulele

Contributors

Conducted By: Jack Payxe
Conducted By: Art Fowler

: A BALLAD CONCERT

DOROTHY Mobms (Soprano)
FREDERICK GRISEWOOD (Baritone) MERCIA STOTESBURY (Violin)

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Mobms
Baritone: Frederick Grisewood
Violin: Mercia Stotesbury

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

(From Birmingham) : Musical Play-let, ' At Homo with Beethoven,' by H. G. Sear. Frank Cantell (Violin). Songs by Alice Vaughan (Contralto)

: LIGHT MUSIC

From Birmingham
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by FRANK Cantell

Contributors

Conducted By: Frank Cantell

: 'THE MASTER BUILDER'

A Play in Three Acts by HENRIK IBSEN
Translated by EDMUND Gosse and WILLIAM ARCHER
Abridged and arranged for broadcasting Characters :
Some Ladies.
A Crowd in the Street
Produced' by HOWARD ROSE
ACT I. The scene is a plainly furnished workroom in the house of Halvard Solness. Doors lead to inner rooms of the house, and to an adjoining draughtsman's office, in which sit Knut Brovik and his son, Ragnar, occupied with architectural plans and calculations.' Kaid Fosli is in the workroom writing in a ledger.
ACT II. A prettily furnished small drawing-room in Solness' house.
ACT III. The large, broad verandah of Solness' dwelling-house.

Contributors

Translated By: Edmund Gosse
Translated By: William Archer
Produced By: Howard Rose
Knut Brovik, formerly an architect, now in Solness' employment: Frederick de Lara
Kaid Fosli, his niece, a book-keeper: Anne Furnivali
Ragnar Brovik, Knut's son, a draughtsman: Harold Anstruther
Halvard Solness, a master builder: Harcourt Williams
Aline Solness, his wife: Arna Hene
Dr Herdal, a physician: J H Moore
Miss Hilda Wangel: Gwendoline Evans

: VARIETY

From Birmingham
CONSTANCE WENT-WORTH and FREDERIC LAKE in Folk Songs and Duets
THE BIRMINGHAM
STUDIO ORCHESTRA (FRANK CANTELL and HARRY FREEMAN
in Violin Duets)
T. C. STERNDALE BENNETT
(Entertainer at the Piano)

Contributors

Unknown: Frederic Lake
Unknown: Frank Cantell
Unknown: Harry Freeman
Unknown: T. C. Sterndale Bennett

: DANCE MUSIC:

JAY WHIDDEN 'S BAND from the Carlton
Hotel

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden








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