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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Story by Phyllis
Richardson. Songs by Florence Cleeton (Soprano). ' The Man Called Lion,' by Trekker

: VARIED ITEMS

THE STATION REPERTORY CHORUS

: THE MUSICAL AVOLOS

Novelty Xylophone Trio

: ' THE CONSTANT LOVER '

A Comedy of Youth in One Act, by ST. JOHN
HANKIN
CECIL HARBURTON is sitting on the ground under a great beech tree in a woody glade, his back against its trunk, reading a book. A lovely day in Spring, the sunlight filters through the trees, and the birds sing and chatter. Suddenly a cuckoo calls insistently. Cecil looks up.

Contributors

Unknown: Cecil Harburton
Evelyn Rivers: Phyllis Lones
Cecil Harburton: Stuart Vinden

: CHAMBER MUSIC

THE TOOKEY PIANOFORTE Trio : MURIEL' TOOKEY (Violin), ELSA TooKEY ('Cello),
FREDERICK TooKEY (Pianoforte)
WY. HURLSTONE, who died in 1906 at
W. the age of thirty, was a Composer of sensitive feeling, who left some fragrant Chamber Music.
Of the four Movements of his Trio in G we are to hear the Slow Movement, in thoughtful mood, and the high-spirited Scherzo.








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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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