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: Broadcast to Schools

Mr. Guy N. Pocock, "Please to Remember - The Man who made St. Paul's"

Contributors

Speaker: Guy N. Pocock

: The Station Trio

Frank Thomas (Violin), Ronald Harding (Violoncello), Hubert Pengelly (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Violinist: Frank Thomas
Cellist: Ronald Harding
Pianist: Hubert Pengelly

: Trio

Selection from ' Lilac Time' Schubert, arr. Clutsam

: The Children's Hour: 'My Programme'

by Miss Sylvia Hibbert.

Contributors

Performer: Sylvia Hibbert

: Home and Kindred

A Welsh Programme
'Make me content
With some sweetness
From Wales' (Edward Thomas)

: His Second Chance

A Welsh Play in One Act by G. Bruce Thomas.

A second-rate company is giving a performance of Carmen in a grimy little theatre at a seaport town. We are carried back thirty years, but the feelings of the young singer who has just made his first big hit do not date. Ivor Davies as Escamillo meets, in the dressing-room, the effusive manager, Isaacson; the old man from his village, Will Jones, and Lindley Gray, the noted impresario. Will Jones pulls one way, Lindley Gray (with Isaacson thrown in) another. To refuse Lindley Gray's offer may mean that Ivor loses his big chance. Ambition and duty are at war.
Scene: A dressing-room in a small theatre.

Frank Hill (Welsh Comedian)
Humours of the Welsh Coalfield

Contributors

Writer: G. Bruce Thomas
Ivor Davies (a young Welsh Opera Singer): T. Idris Davies
Lindley Gray (a noted Operatic Impresario): T. Hannam-Clark
Will Jones (an old Welsh Countryman): T. D. Jones
Carl Isaacson (Theatre Manager): Donald Davies
The Call Boy: [uncredited]
Comedian: Frank Hill

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)

: A Saint-Saens Programme

The Augmented Station Orchestra, conducted by Warwick Braithwaite
Overture to "Les Barbares" ("The Barbarians") Barcarolle, "A Night in Lisbon"
Margaret Wilkinson (Soprano) and Orchestra Angelus
Japanese Song
"Sur l'eau claire et sans ride" ("On the clear, un-rippled water", from "The Yellow Princess")
Orchestra:
Second Suite from "Ascanio"
The Scene of the Ballet is laid in a garden at Fontainebleau in the early sixteenth century. Francis I, King of France, is entertaining his guest, the Emperor Charles V, and has organized magnificent festivities in his honour.
There are in the complete Ballet half-a-dozen contrasted scenes, in which gods and goddesses from Olympus appear.
Solloway (Violin) and Orchestra Havanaise
Orchestra:
Symphonic Poem, "Omphale's Spinning Wheel", "The Bells of Evening"
Margaret Wilkinson:
"Papillons" ("Butterflies")
Valse. "La Libellule" ("The Dragon Fly")
"Air du Rossignol" ("The Nightingale's Song")
Ronald Harding (Violoncello) and Orchestra
"The Swan" (from "The Animals' Carnival")
Orchestra:
Prelude and Procession (from "Dejanire")
Solloway and Orchestra:
"Rondo Capriccioso"
Orchestra:
"Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon" ("Samson and Delilah")
"Bacchanal"

Contributors

Musicians: The augmented Station Orchestra
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite
Soprano: Margaret Wilkinson
Violin: Solloway
Violoncello: Ronald Harding








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