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: SECRET OF THE SEA

THE STATION TRIO: FRANK THOMAS (Violin); RONALD HARDING (Violoncello) ;
HUBERT PENGELLY (Pianoforte)

A Sea Idyll - Herbert Dennison
MARGARET FRANCIS (Soprano) The Stars of Normandie - Adams
Sunshine Town - Squire
By the Sad Sea Waves - Benedict,
The Clang of the Wooden Spoon - Molloy

Contributors

Violin: Frank Thomas
Violin: Ronald Harding
Pianoforte: Hubert Pengelly

: ' THE PARIS DOCTOR '

A Play in One Act by HAROLD BRIGHOUSE Played by THE STATION RADIO PLAYERS
Scene : The garden of an old house in a Brittany fishing village.
The village barber's reputation as a physician rests largely upon a professional manner and the credulity of his village patients. The arrival of a real doctor from Paris fills him with apprehension, since it must soon become clear that one of them is a charlatan. Jean does his best to advertise the doctor as a quack, but finds the new-comer is as well versed in human nature as in medicine ; he is also very successful in cases of heart trouble !

Contributors

Mario (a peasant girl): Iris Wills
Henri (a fisher boy): Raymond Glendenning
Dr Ruyssen (a Paris doctor): Tom Jones
Jean Olivet (the village barber): Jack Howells








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