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: Lozells Picture House Orchestra

Directed by Paul Rimmer.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: Lozells Picture House Orchestra
Orchestra directed by: Paul Rimmer

: Women's Corner

Scarr Brough on "Heraldry."

Contributors

Speaker: Scarr Brough

: 'Teens' Corner

Ernest Bierman, F.R.P.S., on "Photography for the Holidays."
(to 18.45)

Contributors

Speaker: Ernest Bierman

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Mr. V. R. Ryder (Secretary Warwickshire C.C. Club) on "Warwickshire Cricket."

Local News

Contributors

Speaker (Warwickshire Cricket): V. R. Ryder

: Musical Comedy Night: Phillida or Love on the Prairie

The First Wireless Production of the Musical Comedy, "Phillida" or "Love on the Prairie" (2).

The Station Orchestra
Conductor, Joseph Lewis
Act I. - The Exterior of the "Cowboys' Home."
Act II. - A Scene in the Rocky Mountains.

Act I.
Opening Chorus "Haste Sisters"
Song and Chorus "My Horse and Me"
Song and Chorus "You'd Like to Know"
Chorus (Male) "Phillida"
Concerted "Come On, Understand Me"
Quintette and Chorus "When First You Came"
Song "Millions of Girls"
Song "Is Love a Pleasant Thing?"
Sextette "Tho' Rather in a Way"
Song and Chorus "The World is Dismal"
Duet "I Must Quite Admit It"
Duet and Chorus "Feesh and Cheeps"
Song and Chorus "In Society"
Finale and Chorus "Night Deepens"

Act II.
Introduction
Chorus "Softly, Softly"
Concerted "War Dance Song"
Song "Little Ankitchibiau"
Song "The Sun is High"
Duet "Since You and I"
Rag "Honey, Dear"
Song and Chorus "When I Commence"
Song and Chorus "Once in a Castle"
Concerted "Phillida Mine"
Chorus "Oh! Rage"
Finale "Some Day"

Contributors

Words: S.C. West
Music: C. Hector
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Joseph Lewis
Hans Vandoult, Dutch Proprietor of the "Cowboys' Home": Percy Edgar
Mama Vandoult, His English wife: Gladys Joiner
Gertie: Edith Paddock
Flora: Isabel Tebbs
Angela: Florence Clayton
Godfrey Rideout, a Greenhorn from England: Harold Howes
Lawrence Grasmere, His Romantic Friend: Ernest Smith
Half Mile Joe: Percy Chatwin
All-the-Way Jim: Harold Casey
Lariat Bill: William Bonsell
Weeping George: T.K. Dobbin
Phillida: Mabel Senior
Ranch Girls, Cowboys, Miners etc.: Chorus

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Royal Horticultural Society Talk
S.B. from London.

Mr Quintin Waddington
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Quintin Waddington

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Bands

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: C. J. Paterson








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