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: 'Notable
Bristol Women.' Relayed from The COLSTON HALL, Bristol


Relayed from BOBBY'S CAFÉ, Clifton, Bristol


EUGENE Goossens , the third bearer of the name to achieve distinction as a conductor, bids fair to add greater lustre to the family annals as a composer than his distinguished father and grandfather. Sturdily English in spite of his Belgian descent, he owes less than most of his contemporaries to English folk song. His music is quite definitely original, and though in many ways as modern as most of the music of the present-day school, it is not so strange in its idiom as some of late years, by which concert-goers have been rather baffled.


Unknown: Eugene Goossens

: Gramophone Records


: 'Smooth Crossing

A Play in One Act by Feoom TYLER
Presented by-Bristol's Little Theatre Company
Relayed from THE LITTLE THEATRE, Bristol
The Passenger
The Other
Night. in mid-Channel. The deck of a cross-
Channel boat. Moonshine and stars, and the sound the ship makes cutting through a calm sea. The far-off croon of a siren.

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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