' FLOWER OF A THOUSAND
A Play with Music
Book and Lyrics by Gwladys Hay-
Dillon. Music by Walford Hyden
Scene: The House of Mandarin
Wung Tai at midnight
THE MIDLAND STUDIO ORCHESTRA, conducted by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON
RALPH AND KEN
(Two voices, piano and guitar)
'THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER
By RONALD JEANS
Scene : A Country Vicarage
SONGS OF THE SEA sung by GEOFFREY DAMS (tenor)
' THE LIGHTHOUSE'
By J. C. CANNELL
Scene : A Lighthouse
Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER
The Rev Paul Parish:
Mrs Parish (his wife):
Freddie (their son):
The microphone visits the Rugby Radio Station
IN THIS FEATURE, the engineer-in-charpe of the Post Office Wireless Station will conduct an imaginary listener over the station. If weather permits, the microphone will be taken to the top of one of the eight hundred and twenty feet masts. The functions of Rugby as the nerve-centre of Imperial communications will be illustrated.
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