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: Falkman and his Orchestra

relayed from the Capitol Cinema.


Musicians: Falkman and his Orchestra

: Teens Corner: Pigeons as Pets

by Mr. A. Kendrick.
(to 18.30)


Speaker: A. Kendrick

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

The Man and the Moment
S.B. from London.

: Mr. Herbert Fryer

S.B. from London.


Speaker/pianist: Herbert Fryer

: Easthope Martin and His Music

(All items accompanied by the Composer.)
Sophie Rowlands (Soprano), Herbert Heyner (Baritone), Easthope Martin (Solo Pianoforte), Constance Izard (Solo Violin).
The Station Orchestra

8.00 Sophie Rowlands
"Who Goes By?"..
"A Far-Off Tide" .....
"St. Nicholas' Day in the Morning" .........
(Poems by Helen Taylor)
(With Orchestral Accompaniment.)

Constance Izard and Easthope Martin
Concert Piece for Violin and Piano, "From the Rialto".

Herbert Heyner
Song Cycle, "The Way of a Ship" (Poems by C. Fox Smith). "Rosario" (Anchor Song); "Morning Watch" (from "The Crow's Nest"); "Sea Voices" (Outward Bound); "Casey's Concertina" (A Santiago Hornpipe); "Roll Along Home" (A Homing Chanty).
(With Orchestral Accompaniment.)

The Orchestra


Soprano: Sophie Rowlands
Baritone: Herbert Heyner
Pianist: Easthope Martin
Violinist: Constance Izard
Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: Interlude

A Month Come Sunday
Written for Broadcasting by Ashton Pearse.
[Starring] The London Radio Repertory Players
Scene: Josiah Tregenna's Garden on a West Country Cliff.

"Harp of the Woodland".
(The Last Two Songs With Orchestral Accompaniment.)
(With Orchestral Accompaniment.)


Writer (A Month Come Sunday): Ashton Pearse
Director (A Month Come Sunday): R. E. Jeffrey
[Actors]: The London Radio Repertory Players

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Prof. R. Peers
S.B. from Nottingham.

Local News


Speaker: Prof. R. Peers

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