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: Farjeon Revue

A programme devised from the sketches and lyrics of Herbert Farjeon with music composed by Walter Leigh.
With Phyllis Monkman, Charles Heslop, Joan Sterndale Bennett, Reginald Beckwith, Rosemary Lomax, Michael Anthony, Billie Baker, Ronald Waters.
At the pianos, Lionel Salter and Winifred Taylor
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Author/Lyrics: Herbert Farjeon
Music composer: Walter Leigh
Performer: Phyllis Monkman
Performer: Charles Heslop
Performer: Joan Sterndale Bennett
Performer: Reginald Beckwith
Performer: Rosemary Lomax
Performer: Michael Anthony
Performer: Billie Baker
Performer: Ronald Waters
Pianist: Lionel Salter
Pianist: Winifred Taylor
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Dance arranger: Donald Journeaux
Producer: Desmond Davis

: Ida Haendel

the celebrated violinist
At the piano. Frederick Stone

Contributors

Violinist: Ida Haendel
Pianist: Frederick Stone

: The Player Queen

A fantasy by William Butler Yeats.
Scene 1 - An open space at the meeting of three streets
Scene 2 - The Throne Room

Contributors

Author: William Butler Yeats
Music (Voice/harp): James Hartley
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Producer: Fred O'Donovan

: Do's and Dont's

for B.C.A. Discussion Groups
A demonstration arranged by the Bureau of Current Affairs - now carrying on the war-time work of A.B.C.A. - introduced by the Director, W.E. Williams, and compered by Harold Hunter.

Contributors

Presenter: W.E. Williams
Compere: Harold Hunter
Presented by: Mary Adams

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)








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