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: SOME REQUESTS

The STATION ORCHESTRA, conducted by FREDERICK BROWN , with MAY BLYTH (Soprano)
WE feel that on the third anniversary of the opening of the Liverpool Station, our listeners should participate in the work of programme building. This programme is the result.
ORCHESTRA
Overture to ' Fra Diavolo '..... Auber
MAY BLYTH, with Orchestra
Willow Song (' Othello ')..... Verdi Jewel Song (' Faust ') Gounod
ORCHESTRA
Symphonic Poem, ' Le Rouet d'Omphale ' (Omphale's Spinning Wheel) Saint-Saens
Prelude to Act IV (Carmen) Bizet
MAY BLYTH
If Thou wert Blind Nocl Johnson Carmona....................... Lane Wilson A May Morning ......Denza ORCHESTRA Polka for Strings (Les Vendredis-The Fridays)
Sokoloc, Glazounoo and Liadov
Overture to ' Maritana ' ..... Vincent Wallace

Contributors

Conducted By: Frederick Brown
Unknown: Nocl Johnson
Unknown: Lane Wilson
Unknown: Vincent Wallace

: THE VIOLA

A Recital by LIONEL TERTIS

Contributors

Unknown: Lionel Tertis

: ' SO THIS IS BROADCASTING'

Written and presented by EDWARD P. GENN
Cast includes :
MABEL CONSTANDUROS
ROBERT MAWDSLEY , the Whispering Tenor
JEAN MCGREGOR
THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS
THE STAFF
THE REVUE QUARTET, CHORUS and ORCHESTRA
Conducted by FREDERICK BROWN

Contributors

Presented By: Edward P. Genn
Unknown: Mabel Constanduros
Unknown: Robert Mawdsley
Tenor: Jean McGregor
Conducted By: Frederick Brown








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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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