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: CRANE'S MATINEE CONCERT

relayed from
Crane Hall : FREDERICK NICHOLLS (Solo Pianoforte). MARGARET IZARD (Solo 'Cello). HELEN TAYLOR (Mezzo-Soprano)
PIANOF.ORTE SOLOS:

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Nicholls
Mezzo-Soprano: Helen Taylor

: AFTERNOON Topics

Mrs. BROPHY, On
Choosing Christmas Presents '-A Dialogue

: MONTAGUE'S SYMPHONICS

relayed from the Edinburgh Cafe Ballroom

: MONTAGUE'S SYMPHONICS

relayed from the Edinburgh Cafe Ballroom

: WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS
Lieut.-Col. W. P. DRURY. S.B. from Plymouth

Contributors

Unknown: Col. W. P. Drury.

: ' PARSIFAL

' Act II., Scene 2. Relayed from the Prince of Wales Theatre, Birmingham. (For further particulars see London Programme)

: THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS

in ' THE HAPPY HANGMAN'
A Grotesque by HAROLD BRIGHOUSE
Presented by EDWARD P. GENN
THE scene is an' upper room in a poor quarter of Bari, near Naples, in the year 1825.
There is a window overlooking a sunlit courtyard. On a divan Nita is sleeping. As the curtain rises Beppo enters-he crosses to her-she stirs sleepily, and opens her eyes.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Brighouse
Presented By: Edward P. Genn








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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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