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: Transmission to Schools

Dr. G. H. Goldsbrough, F.R.A.S., "Eclipses,"

: Tea-Time Music.

Music from Fenwick's Terrace
Tea Rooms.

: MABEL MAYNE (Soprano).

JAMES MARK (Violin).

: Programme

S.B. from London.


" or " Love in a Dutch Garden."
With Incidental Music by JOSEPH S. MOORAT.
Dramatis Personæ.
A Troupe of Mummers.
Act I. The Garden of Prunella's
Aunts. (Morning).
Act If. Tho Same. (Night.)
Act III. The Same. (Three Years
Later-Sunset.) Mind Picture: Imagine an old-world garden, enclosed by high hedges cut square, slumbering beneath the midday sun of a summer's day. A statue of Love, with viol and bow, stands over the fountain. To one side you can see the house of Prunella's Aunts, a house with prim windows, the centre one projecting over a porch in which hangs a caged canary. An old gardener is at work, trimming the hedges and trailing up creepers. Behind the farther hedge the voice of the gardener's boy is heard scaring birds.


Unknown: Laurence Housman
Unknown: Granville Barker.
Music By: Joseph S. Moorat.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: The Apollo Male Quartet.

(Soloist, ALF TODD. ) (Soloist, MATT TODD. )


Soloist: Alf Todd.
Soloist: Matt Todd.

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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