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: An Orchestral Concert

Relayed from the National Museum of Wales.
National Orchestra of Wales

The comedy by Goldini Le Baruffe Chiozzotte deals with the petty wrangles and breaches of the peace in a market-town, and the Overture reflects the vivacious humour in the midst of which the troublous scenes arc enacted.

The youth Phaeton, having been permitted by his father the Sun to drive the fiery chariot, loses control of the horses. The car of flame is approaching the earth, and must set it on fire if nothing can intervene. At the last instant Jupiter hurls a thunderbolt, saving the universe, but destroying the rash youth.
This is the story Saint-Saens illustrates in his Symphonic Poem.

Contributors

Musicians: National Orchestra of Wales

: Richmond Hellyar: A Naturalist in Switzerland

Contributors

Speaker: Richmond Hellyar

: The Children's Hour

A Programme of Scandinavian Stories and Music.

: Organ Recital

by James N. Bell.
Relayed from the New Palace Theatre, Bristol.

Contributors

Organist: James N. Bell

: A Welsh Interlude: Songs by Welsh Composers: E. T. Davies

A Recital by Annie Jenkins (Soprano).
Ynys Y Plant
Memory's Paradise
Lwly Hwi (A Mother's Lullaby)
Blue Butterflies
Aderyn Y To

Contributors

Soprano: Annie Jenkins

: S.B. from London

(9.45 Local Announcements)

: Romance Unlimited (Second Edition)

More Microphone Matrimonials by Dorothy Eaves.
The Victims: Blonde and Brunette, John Rorke, James Whigham, The Station Orchestra

The firm of Romance Unlimited, incorporated in the Year One, is the most successful company of its kind. Trade increases every year, and the Head Office is kept constantly busy turning out new romances. Mr. Cupid puts down his success to the fact that he personally attends to every case, and spares neither time nor energy in bringing each affair to its proper conclusion.
On this particular morning in September, Puck, the office boy, is the first to arrive. He is seated in his Chief's chair, with his feet on his Chief's desk, reading his Chief's morning paper.
Upon the entry of Miss Chance, Puck's whistling comes to an abrupt end.

Contributors

Writer: Dorothy Eaves
Members of the Firm - Mr. Cupid, Managing Director: Donald Davies
Members of the Firm - Miss Chanco, his confidential clerk: Dorothy Eaves
Members of the Firm - Puck, the office boy: Sidney Eaves
Performers: Blonde and Brunette
Performer: John Rorke
Performer: James Whigham
Musicians: The Station Orchestra








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