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: A LIGHT ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

Relayed from the NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WALES
NATIONAL ORCHESTRA OF WALES

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Prof. H. J. FLEURE , ' The City Beautiful-
-Planning Cities of the Future '

Contributors

Unknown: H. J. Fleure

: DANCE MUSIC

By THE STATION ORCHESTRA

: ' ROMANCE UNLIMITED'

A Matchmaking Medley by DOROTHY EAVES
Members of the Firm :
The Shareholders include :
JOHN RORKE
BLONDE and BRUNETTE
JACK PARKIN
THE STATION ORCHESTRA
IN the Head Office of Romance Unlimited there is always plenty to be done. Every day scores of new romances are turned out into the world-no haphazard mass-production methods are employed, but personal attention is given to each—while an enormous repair business has been built up in the way of welding broken hearts. It has been a flourishing concern since the year One, and in spite of the scepticism of the cynics, the activities of the Firm are still crowned with success. Its Managing Director, Mr. Cupid, is ever up-to-date, and wo find him in his office arrayed not in the type of attire popularly associated with this gentleman, but in silk hat, morning coat, and immaculate striped trousers.

Contributors

Unknown: John Rorke
Unknown: Jack Parkin
Mr Cupid, Managing Director: Donald Davies
Miss Chance, his Confidential Clerk: Dorothy Eaves
Puck, the Office Boy: Charles Herbert








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