The Station Trio: Frank Thomas (Violin), Frank Whitnall (Violoncello), Evelyn Amey (Pianoforte)
From the Canebrake - Gardner
Serenade - Pierne
Gretta Don (Soprano)
Have You Seen but a White Lily Grow? - Old English, arr. Liza Lehmann
Musette (Old French Rustic Song) - C.E. Borjon, arr. A.C. Bunten
Sleep Holds Mine Eyes - Nicolo Isouard, 1805
Gathering Daffodils - 17th Century Tune, arr. Arthur Somervell
A Comedy in One Act by Herbert J. Brunel Evans.
Played by The Station Radio Players
But for wireless, John Jones and Thomas Thomas, his neighbour, would be good friends. Jones is an oscillator according to Thomas: so is Thomas according to Jones. For some time tho uncivil war has been waged with ever-increasing fierceness. Tonight, however, the hatchet is unexpectedly buried by Cupid.
When the play commences Jones is sitting in his kitchen alone with his headphones, before a neglected fire.
Herbert J. Brunel
Miriam Jones (His Wife):
Richard Jones (His Son, in London):
Thomas Thomas (His Neighbour):
Olwen Thomas (His Daughter):
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