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: FRANK NEWMAN

At The Organ of Lozells Picture House,
Birmingham
(Midland Regional Programme)

: JACK MARTIN and his HOTEL MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA

From the Hotel Majestic, St. Annes-on-Sea
(North Regional Programme)

: A Recital of Gramophone Records

(North Regional Programme)

: Organ Recital

by T. W. NORTH
From The Church of the Messiah,
Birmingham
(Midland Regional Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: T. W. North

: 'The First News'

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN and Bulletin for Farmers

: The Pini Tango Orchestra

NICOLA BLAKE (Soprano) NINO MAUDINI (Tenor) The first number of this group, El Pano
Moruno, is transcribed from a collection of seven Spanish songs. It has been used by the composer also in his ballet ' The Three Cornered Hat,' and is there associated with the Miller, one of the chief characters in the ballet. The second number, Asturiana, is a dance tune from the province of the Asturias.
The jota is a dance met with most frequently in the northern provinces of Spain, particularly in Aragon, where it is so popular that when the Aragonese are not dancing the jota they are probably singing it. The dance is a kind of free waltz, and originated in the 12th century from a Rabelaisian Moor, Aben Jot, whose conduct was such that he found Aragon the only province in Spain he could live in without risk of being thrown out. Gratefully he invented the dance that bears his name, and handed it to the people of Aragon. There are many types of jota, almost every town in Aragon having its own. They all have. this in common, however, the music is in three-four like a waltz, and is of the guitar, castanets, and tambourine order...

Contributors

Soprano: Nicola Blake
Tenor: Nino Maudini

: An Orchestral Concert

THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Section C)
(Led by LAURANCE TURNER )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Laurance Turner
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: 'Jane Eyre'

By CHARLOTTE BRONTË
Adapted by BARBARA COUPER and HOWARD ROSE
Coat:
Produced by HOWARD ROSE

Contributors

Unknown: Charlotte Brontë
Adapted By: Barbara Couper
Adapted By: Howard Rose
Produced By: Howard Rose
Jane Eyre: Lilian Harrison
Mr Rochester, of Thornfield Hall: Milton Rosmer
John Reed: D Morgan
Eliza Reed: Marguerita Moreton
Georgina Reed: Dorothy Dickinson
Bessie, servant to Mrs Reed: Josephine Shand
Mrs Reed, Jane's Aunt: Fanny Wright
Mr Lloyd, a doctor: Arthur Keene
Helen Burns, a schoolgirl: Valentine Dunn
Mr Brocklehurst, a schoolmaster: Gordon McLeod
Miss Temple, a schoolmistress: Floy Penrhyn
Mrs Fairfax, Mr Rochester's housekeeper: Florence Marks
Adele, Mr Rochester's ward: Joyce Moore
Grace Poole: Grace Allardyce
Leah and John Mr Rochester's servants: Josephine Shand
Leah and John Mr Rochester's servants: Tom Heslewood
Lady Lynn: Renée de Vaux
Blanche Ingram, guest at Thornfield Hall: Josephine Wilson
Henry Lynn: Anthony Pendrill
Mason: Arthur Goullet
Mr Briggs, solicitor: Walter Fitzgerald
Hannah, St John Rivers' housekeeper: Margaret Coleman
St John Rivers, a parson: Ivan Samson
Diana and Mary his sisters: Floy Penrhyn
Diana and Mary his sisters: Doris Blagrove
Woods, an innkeeper: John Fernald
Schoolgirls: Tita Casartelli,
Schoolgirls: Heather McIntyre,
Schoolgirls: Adrienne Campart,
Schoolgirls: Hylda Taylor

: DANCE MUSIC

MAURICE WINNICK and his ORCHESTRA, from The
CARLTON HOTEL

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Winnick








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