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: Lunch-time Music

from Cox's Cafe.
Music by the London Choreans.
(to 13.30)

Contributors

Musicians: The London Choreans

: Organ Recital

relayed from the Park Hall Cinema.

: Garforth Mortimer and his Orchestra

relayed from the Park Hall Cinema.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: Garforth Mortimer and his Orchestra

: Santa Catalina Island

Miss May Gilchrist

Contributors

Speaker: May Gilchrist

: On the Trail: Hints on Easter Camping

by H. Seymour Thomas.
For Young Adventurers.

Contributors

Speaker: H. Seymour Thomas

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Babel and After

by Mr. F. W. Chardin.

Contributors

Speaker: F.W. Chardin

: Gloriana's Gallants

To Queen Elizabeth, who died March 24th, 1603, but whose spirit ever lives in Britain.

8.0 The Station Orchestra
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite
Rose Myrtil (Mezzo-Soprano).
16th Century Traditional Airs.
Words from Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
Ophelia's Songs.
"How Should I Your True Love Know?"
"And Will He Not Come Again?"
"Good Morrow, 'Tis St. Valentine's Day".
"O Dear Life".

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite
Mezzo-Soprano: Rose Myrtil
Music: William Byrde
Poem: Sir Philip Sidney

: A Scene at the Court of Queen Elizabeth

The Scene opens with a short concert before the Queen. When the concert is over, the Musicians retire and various Courtiers enter.
The Orchestra

Beatrice Eveline
Old English Ayres.

A Tavern Scene.
In which many famous Elizabethans take part.
Songs by Seymour Dossor (Tenor).
"Fine Knacks for Ladies".

Contributors

Cellist: Beatrice Eveline
Tenor: Seymour Dossor

: A Musical Interlude

Rose Myrtil

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Rose Myrtil

: Westward Ho!

"The moon is up; the stars are bright;
The wind is fresh and free!
We're out to seek for gold to-night
Across the Silver Sea!"

Choir

Sea Shanties.
Seymour Dossor

Contributors

Singer: Seymour Dossor

: Weather Forecast and News

Prof. E. Weekley, M.A.
S.B. from Nottingham

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Prof. E. Weekley

: Claud Pollard and Isabel Gray (Duets for Two Pianos)

S.B from London.

Contributors

Pianist: Claud Pollard
Pianist: Isabel Gray








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