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: The Derby

A Running Commentary relayed from Epsom

: A Ballad Concert

(From Birmingham)
CONSTANCE HOPE (Violin)
HAROLD PARKES (Boy Soprano)

Contributors

Violin: Harold Parkes

: KNELLER HALL BAND

Conducted by Lieutenant H. E. ADKINS , Mus.Bac.
(Bv kind permission of Colonel L. M. GREGSON ,
O.B.E.)
Relayed from Kneller Hall , Twickenham Rule, Britannia
GOD SAVE THE KING

Contributors

Conducted By: Lieutenant H. E. Adkins
Unknown: Colonel L. M. Gregson
Unknown: Kneller Hall

: The Children's Hour:

(From Birmingham)
' Knotty Tails,' by Mary Richards
Songs by MARJORIE PALMER (Soprano)
JACKO will Entertain
' Hard Work as Pleasure - some remarks on Rowing by TEDDY BRETT

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Richards
Songs By: Marjorie Palmer
Unknown: Teddy Brett

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FRANK CANTELL

Contributors

Conducted By: Frank Cantell

: 'A Taste of Life'

A Comedy by NORMAN VENNER
The action takes place in London today, and moves from Lord Twyford's suite at the Claritz to the river near Kew, to Miss Winneford's house, and to Barney's flat.
Characters :
Barney Dodd (a young optimist)
Jumbo, Lord Twyford (an ornament) Stella Winneford (sweet and twenty)
Jim Shaw (a derelict) Lily (another derelict)
Mrs. Diana Tasker (Barney's aunt)
Mrs. Sarah Whistle (Barney's housekeeper)
Circus (a stray dog)
A Watchman. A Mother. A Waiter.
A Maid

Contributors

Comedy By: Norman Venner
Unknown: Jim Shaw
Unknown: Mrs. Diana Tasker
Unknown: Mrs. Sarah Whistle

: ' Love in a Village'

An Eighteenth-century Comic Opera in Three Acts
The Words by BICKERSTAFF
The Music by Arne, Handel, Geminiani, Carey,
Abel, etc.
The whole adapted and arranged for broadcasting by JULIAN HERBAGE

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Julian Herbage








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