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: Broadcast to Schools: Music for Schools

Sir H. Walford Davies
London Programme relayed from Daventry

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Speaker: Sir H. Walford Davies

: The Station Trio

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Musicians: The Station Trio

: Tea-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.

: Afternoon Topics: What's in a Name?

Miss Elspeth Scott

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Speaker: Elspeth Scott

: Tea-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.

: The Peregrine Falcon

Capt. H.A. Gilbert

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Speaker: Captain H.A. Gilbert

: Organ Recital

by Arthur E. Sims.
Relayed from the Central Hall, Newport.

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Organist: Arthur E. Sims

: Welsh-English Poets: 1: Gwili

The Rev. Ebrard Rees

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Speaker: The Rev. Ebrard Rees

: In Varied Mood

The Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

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Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: In Varied Mood: Songs by Sir Herbert Brewer

by Rita Mattei (Mezzo-Soprano).
Accompanied by The Station Quartet
"When the World of the Eyes"
"A Queer Story"
"When I went out a-walking"

Sir Herbert Brewer's work as Conductor, Organist and Composer is already familiar to listeners. Last year we heard a part of the Three Choirs Festival at Gloucester, which, as Organist of the Cathedral there, he conducted. Then he has been giving Organ Recitals for many years, and his three hundredth performance at the Cathedral was broadcast last December.
The three songs we are to hear are treatments of old Irish airs.

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Composer: Sir Herbert Brewer
Mezzo-Soprano: Rita Mattei

: The New Poor

A Farce in One Act by Gertrude E. Jennings.
Characters:

The housing shortage has driven Vera, Eric and Christine into the house and power of Mrs. Buckle. Her drawing-room, in which the action of the play takes place, is draughty and uncomfortable, crowded with heavy, tasteless, rather shabby furniture. On the summit of an ugly cabinet a large stuffed fox glares out from a glass case. In one corner of the room then-is an imitation Japanese folding screen. Christine, whose speech is muffled by a severe cold, crouches over a tiny fire struggling for existence in the grate. Vera is holding a somewhat heated telephone conversation with their landlady (Mrs. Buckle) who wishes to turn them out of their temporary home.

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Writer: Gertrude E. Jennings
Producer: Gordon McConnel

: In Varied Mood: Denis O'Neil (Entertainer)

Killarney the Blarney and You (With Orchestral Accompaniment)
Phil the Fluter's Hall (With Orchestral Accompaniment)

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Entertainer: Denis O'Neil

: S.B. from London

(10.10 Local News)

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