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: H.C. Burgess and Orchestra

Relayed from the Madiera Cove, Weston-super-Mare.
(to 13.00)


Musicians: H.C. Burgess and Orchestra

: H.C. Burgess and Orchestra

(Soloist, A.H. Trotman)


Musicians: H.C. Burgess and Orchestra
Cornetist: A.H. Trotman

: The Language of Flowers

A Talk Prepared by Miss Margaret Mackenzie.


Speaker: Margaret Mackenzie

: Joseph Conrad - His Short Stories

by Capt. Arthur J. Price.


Speaker: Captain Arthur J. Price

: Light Music

Alex Fryer's Orchestra
S.B. from London.


Musicians: Alex Fryer's Orchestra

: Weather Forecast and News

Mr. L.A. Knight
"A Holiday Talk"


Speaker (A Holiday Talk): L.A. Knight

: Cesar Franck

Interpreted by Laffitte.
S.B. from London.


Pianist: Laffitte

: Mr. E. V. Lane on Sir Henry Bessemer

S.B. from Sheffield.


Speaker: E.V. Lane

: An Academy Programme

Given by Musicians from the Royal Academy of Music.
Margaret Wilkinson (Soprano).


Soprano: Margaret Wilkinson

: An Academy Programme: Wilfred Miles (Tenor)


Tenor: Wilfred Miles

: An Academy Programme: Margaret Wilkinson and Wilfred Miles



Soprano: Margaret Wilkinson
Tenor: Wilfred Miles

: Voices

A Light Comedy in One Act, by Bernard Newman.

George Smithers, young and impressionable, has taken a flat, recently occupied by his boisterous friend, Roland Thorpe. George has fallen in love with a girl's voice, which came one night ringing through the darkness from the flat opposite. Assisted by Roland, he endeavours to discover the identity of the unknown singer-with astonishing results.
The action takes place, in the sitting-room of George's flat. Through the window another block of flats can be seen. George is writing poetry, and reading aloud the most sentimental passages in soulful tones when Roland enters.


Writer: Bernard Newman
Producer: Gordon McConnel

: Weather Forecast and News

Topical Talk
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.

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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