' Casey the Fiddler' and other songs by REX PALMER
' More Troubles on the River, from' Three Men in a Boat' (Jerome K. Jerome )
Some Piano Solos by CECIL Dixon
Stars of the New Year,' by Captain MAURICE AINSLIE
A New Comedy in One Act by HENRY ARTHUR JONES
Characters, in order of speaking:
Had it not been for the eleventh-hour activities of his friends, Minnie and Fred Braey, Lawrence Scobell would have sailed away to South America without even bidding Patty Hanslope good-bye. However, a telegram brings her to Varley's Hotel, Southampton, where Minnie and Fred wait for her in a private sitting-room.
A Radio Scene in One Act by VALERIE HARWOOD
This episode strikes a new vein in Radio Drama. It is not dialogue which you will hear, but rather the thoughts, made audible, of the girl who is actually the only character in the scene.
Imagine that you are the invisible observer of this dramatic incident, which takes place in a small Chelsea studio, the home of an unsuccessful and poverty-stricken painter.
'On Writing a First
WOULD-BE novelists who don't quite know how to begin will be wetl advised to listen to Mr. Philip Hughes to-night. Although not a writer by profession-he is in fact a painter-he made a publishing record with his novel ' Together,' a romance of old Soho, which came out early this year and went into five editions in the first two weeks. Obviously, therefore, ho knows how it is done.
by HELEN HENSCHEL (Soprano)
The Tea-Caddy - Kenneth A. Wright
The Cupboard - V. Hely-Hulchinson
A Secret - Quillcr
0 hush thee, my baby - Sir George Henschel
Five-eyes Armstrong - Gibbs
Wo Ulfru fischt (Where Ulfra fished) - Schubert
Waldeinsamkeit (Loneliness in Fields) - Reger
Standchen (Serenade) - Richard Strauss
FRENCH FOLK SONGS : Paris est au roi (Paris is for the King) - Wecherlin
Jardin d'amour (Garden of Love) - arr. Fredk.Keel
Non, je n'irai plus au bois (No, I'll go no more to the wood) - arr. Fredk.Keel
Mes Sabots (My Shoes) - arr. Fredk.Keel
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