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: Station Piano Quintette

Directed by Frank Cantell.
Douglas Sharpington (Bass)

(to 16.30)


Pianists: Station Piano Quintette
Quintette directed by: Frank Cantell
Bass: Douglas Sharpington

: Women's Corner

Florence M. Austin: "A Woman Worker's Holiday."


Speaker: Florence M. Austin

: 'Teens Corner

Florence M. Austin on "Romance of the Elements."
(to 18.55)


Speaker: Florence M. Austin

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Radio Society Talk
S.B. from London.

Local News

: Play Evening: The School for Scandal

The Station Company of Players, directed by William MacReady, will produce
"The School for Scandal" (Sheridan).
Incidental Music by the Orchestra.

N.B. - The characters are given in the order of their arrival in the Play.
Act I.
Scenes 1 and 3 - Lady Sneerwell's House.
Scenes 2 and 4 - Sir Peter Teazle's House.
Act II.
Scene 1 - A Hall in Charles Surface's House.
Scene 2 - The Picture Gallery.
Act III.
Scenes 1 and 3 - Library at Joseph Surface's
Scene 2 - Sir Peter Teazle's House.


Author: Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Director: William MacReady

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News

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Announcer: A. Pelham

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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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