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: The Station Trio


Musicians: The Station Trio

: The Carlton Orchestra

relayed from the Carlton Restaurant.


Musicians: The Carlton Orchestra

: 5WA's Five O'Clocks

Miss Eleanor Vachell, F.L.S., Member of The Botanical Exchange Club of the British Isles, on "Wild Flowers".


Speaker: Eleanor Vachell

: Gardening

Mr. Richard Treseder, F.R.H.S.
(to 18.55)


Speaker: Richard Treseder

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

G. A. Atkinson
S.B. from London.

Local News


Film critic: G. A. Atkinson

: The Fair Maid of the Mill

Song Cycle by Schubert.
Arranged Dramatically for the First Time by Ivor Herbert McClure.

Vocalists: Ina Janssen (Mezzo-Soprano), John Collinson (Tenor).
Interludes by The Station Orchestra
Conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

Ina Janssen, "Hark, Hark the Lark".
John Collinson, "The Miller's Song", "The Brook".
Ina Janssen, "In Springtime".
John Collinson, "The Call".
Ina Janssen, "The Inner Light"
John Collinson, "Recognition", "A Holiday Evening", "The Question".
Ina Janssen, "Love's Answer".
John Collinson, "The Name", "Aubade", "Forget Me Nots".
Ina Janssen, "The Moon".
John Collinson, "Doubt", "Certainty".
John Collinson, "Suspense", "Content", "The Rival".
Ina Janssen, "The Trout".
John Collinson, "Jealousy", "The Favourite Colour", "The Hated Colour".
Ina Janssen, "Gilly Flowers".
John Collinson, "Adieu", "Withered Flowers".
Ina Janssen, "The Traveller's Song".
John Collinson, "The Miller and the Brook", "The Brook's Lullaby".
Ina Janssen, "Litany".


Composer: Franz Schubert
Arranged by: Ivor Herbert McClure
Mezzo-Soprano: Ina Janssen
Tenor: John Collinson
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Warwick Braithwaite

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Talk on Foreign Affairs: Poland
S.B. from London.

Local News

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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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