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: The Station Trio and Mary Diggory (Soprano)

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Trio
Soprano: Mary Diggory

: The Carlton Orchestra

relayed from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 16.45)

Contributors

Musicians: The Carlton Orchestra

: 5WA's Five O'Clocks

Mr. Isaac J. Williams, Keeper of Art, the National Museum of Wales.

Vocal and Instrumental Artistes. Jack Lewis (Baritone).

Talks to Women.

Weather Forecast.

Contributors

Speaker: Isaac J. Williams
Baritone: Jack Lewis

: How to Speak Welsh (IV)

by Huw J. Huws.
(Alternate Week, French)
(to 18.45)

Contributors

Speaker: Huw J. Huws

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Percy Scholes
S.B. from London.

Radio Society Talk
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Music critic: Percy Scholes

: Les Cloches De Corneville

A Comic Opera in Three Acts.
The Station Orchestra
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite

Act I.
Scene I. The Seashore near Corneville.
Scene II. The Road to the Fair.
Scene III. Market Place in Corneville.
Overture.
Chorus, "All Who for Servants?"
Air and Chorus, "They Say".
Recit. and Coda, "Scandalmonger".
Rondo, "I May Be Princess?".
Barcarolle, "On Billow Rocking"
Duet, "Twas But an Impulse".
Solo and Chorus, "Legend of the Bells".
Waltz Rondo, "With Joy in My Heart".
Ensemble, "Such Conduct is Quite Sad".
Couplets, "Tho' They May Not Pursue Me".
Chorus, "Come, Farmer Small".
Chorus of Menservants, "Than Us You Will Not Find Better".
Chorus of Coachmen, "Who are Drivers Lacking?"
Chorus of Maidservants, "Who are Wanting Maidens Able?"
Finale, "Tell Me, Girl".

Act II.
Interior of the Chateau, Corneville.
Entr'acte.
Concerted Number, "Let Our Torches".
Air, "By His Side".
Trio, "I'll Shut My Eyes".
Song, "Not a Ghost at All".
Buffo Song, "Oh, Dear! Oh, Dear!".
Recit., Air, and Chorus, "Silent Heroes".
Ensemble and Couplet, "What's She Saying?"
Duet, "Tis She! A Happy Fate".
Chorus and Quintette, "As He's Looking Somewhat Pale".
Finale, "Love, Honour, Happiness".

Act III.
Orchard in Corneville.
Entr'acte and Dance.
Song of the Beggars, "Aye, Aye, Aye".
Chorus and Song, "There She Goes".
Song and Chorus, "The Cider Song".
Song, "That Night I'll Ne'er Forget".
Duet, "My Lord! My Lord!"
Finale, "Old Man, I Pardon Thee".

Contributors

Music: Robert Planquette
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
[Orchestra] conductor: Warwick Braithwaite
Marquis de Corneville: Dr. F. Harrington
Gaspard (The Miner): Sidney Miller
The Ballie: Ronald Evans
Grenicheux: William Lewis
Gobo (The Ballie's Shadow): Sidney Evans
Serpolette (a waif): Lillian Lewis
Germanie: Edith Gunter
Christophe: David Thornton
Catherine: Betty Lindsay
Marguerite: Grace Hancock
Peasants, Fishermen, Officers, Knights, etc.: [uncredited]

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Sir George Newman
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Sir George Newman

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: C. H. King








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