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: Harold Turley's Orchestra

relayed from Prince's Cafe.

: Afternoon Topics

Louise Thibault, "Physical Exercise and Its Function."

Anne Sanders (Contralto)

Contributors

Speaker: Louise Thibault
Contralto: Anne Sanders

: For the Children

Another Wild Folk Adventure (G. Bernard Hughes) told by Janet Joye

Contributors

Author: G. Bernard Hughes
Storyteller: Janet Joye

: Frank Westfield's Orchestra - S.B. from London

Contributors

Musicians: Frank Westfield's Orchestra

: Weather Forecast and News

Mr G.A. Atkinson, "Seen on the Screen."
S.B. from London

Contributors

Speaker: G.A. Atkinson

: Cesar Franck

interpreted by Laffitte
S.B. from London

Contributors

Pianist: Laffitte

: Music and Humour

Gladys Parr (Contralto)
The Arrow and the Song...Balfe
If You Wish for True Happiness...Donizetti
Sleep, My Love, Sleep...Sullivan
My Ships...Barratt

Henry Freeman (Solo Violin)
On Wings of Song...Mendelssohn
Valse Bluette...Ayer

Scovell and Wheldon (Entertainers)
Headin' for Louisville...De Sylva
Susie was a Real Wild Child...Sarong
Ukulele Lullaby...Williams
Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie...Nicholls
I Want a Proper Cup of Coffee...Weston and Lee

Contributors

Contralto: Gladys Parr
Violinist: Henry Freeman
Entertainers: Scovell and Wheldon

: The London Radio Repertory Players present: The Missing Link

by James Dyrenforth and H. M. H. Graham

Characters:
Eric Maxwell-Smith (a Well-to-do Man of 30)
Cynthia (His Wife)
Nathalie (Her French Maid)

Mind Picture: An amusing incident which might have been another version of the Eternal Triangle except for circumstances which are explained in the course of the play. The scene is the dressing-room of Eric Maxwell-Smith, who is preparing to accompany his wife to a function. After the manner of a man, Eric is frantically seeking one of his cuff-links.

Contributors

Author: James Dyrenforth
Author: H.M.H. Graham
Eric Maxwell-Smith: Michael Hogan
Cynthia: Phyllis Thomas
Nathalie: Barbara Couper

: Music and Humour

Scovell and Wheldon:
Always...Berlin
My Girl's Got Long Hair...Rule and McGhee
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Negro Spiritual)
Poor Papa...Rose
Good Night...Hohengarten

Harry Freeman:
Serenade...Pierne
Mazurka...Drdla

Gladys Parr:
So We'll Go No More A-Roving...White
Furibondo Spira Il Vento...Handel

Contributors

Violin: Harry Freeman
Contralto: Gladys Parr

: Weather Forecast and News

Mr A.G. Goldsmith, "Sailor Superstitions."
S.B. from London

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: A.G. Goldsmith

: VARIETY.

S.B. from London.








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