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: Lunch-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 13.30)

: The Station Trio

Frank Thomas (Violin); Frank Whitnall (Violoncello); Vera McComb Thomas (Pianoforte)
William Worsley (Baritone)

Contributors

Violinist: Frank Thomas
Cellist: Frank Whitnall
Pianist: Vera McComb Thomas
Baritone: William Worsley

: An Afternoon with Shakespeare

Mr. Richard Barron

Contributors

Speaker: Richard Barron

: The Station Trio

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Trio

: How an Old Culture was Revived: Modern Welsh Writers

Prof. W.J. Gruffydd

Contributors

Speaker: Professor W.J. Gruffydd

: Longside o' London: Lays o' London

Relayed to Daventry
Olive Groves, Mabel Constanduros, John Rorke, Donald Davies
The Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite

"When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; For there is in London all that life can offer."
You must go to London for the most perfect ceremony in the world - the State Opening of Parliament.The King and Queen are going to open Parliament, and Pall Mall is crowded with onlookers. Pomp and pageantry, brilliant uniforms and military bands all combine to make a brilliant spectacle.

: Longside o' London: Olive Groves

(With Orchestral Accompaniment)

Contributors

Soprano: Olive Groves

: Longside o' London: Mabel Constanduros

A Cockney Interlude

Contributors

Entertainer: Mabel Constanduros

: Longside o' London: John Rorke

Contributors

Baritone: John Rorke

: Longside O'London: Orchestra

The Cockney Lover:
The Cockney Whistle: 'Arf a Pint of Mild and Bitter' forms the leading theme of a Cockney serenade

: Longside O'London: Labor Omnia Vincit - The Painters

An Impression of Two Cockney Painters at Work.

Contributors

1st Painter: John Rorke
2nd Painter: Donald Davies

: Longside O'London

The assignations of lovers no longer read 'Prithee be at the Elm at seven', but 'Meet Me at the 'Bus Stop'. Other times, other manners, yet the places hold their old memories and the ghosts smile
Here is a tale of 'Bus Route No. 68B

: Longside o' London or Lays o' London (Continued)

Elegy:
A Serious Interlude. The thought of one passing the Cenotaph at Whitehall.
"They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them"
- Laurence Binyon

: Longside O'London: Donald Davies

Contributors

Performer: Donald Davies

: Longside o' London: Olive Groves

Lilac, it seems, if the books be true, is a native of Hungary, Persia, China and the Balkan Peninsula, but like many other foreign importations it has become thoroughly at home in England.

Contributors

Soprano: Olive Groves

: Longside o' London: Mabel Constanduros

A Cockney Interlude

Contributors

Entertainer: Mabel Constanduros

: Longside o' London: John Rorke

Contributors

Baritone: John Rorke








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