5.0 Traveller's Tales-2
'All about the Cowboy's dress ' by ESCOTT NORTH
5.15 'The Princess and the Swineherd ', a children's opera based on Hans Andersen 's story, by ALICE M. COATS , with music by MICHAEL MULLINAR with Wynne Ajello , Eric Anderson , Stuart Robertson , Franklyn Kelsey , John 'Rorke, Alice Moxon, Diana Lincoln, Cathleen Cordell, Thelma Sheehan, Charles Lefeaux, Cyril Nash, Ewart
The Gershom Parkington Quintet and a section of The BBC Women's Chorus, conducted by Robert Chignell
A scholarship to the Brighton College of Music at the age of eleven ; one to Trinity College, London, at the age of twelve ; still at school when she was thirteen and playing the piano in a cinema in the evening for a living. Such were the struggles and the achievements of Peggy Desmond. She has been on the air with the Fol-de-Rols for three years, and has given sixteen solo broadcasts.
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