'What the Old Mirror Saw'
A story by MILDRED FORSTER
Songs at the Piano by LAURA MANN
Max and FRANK Young
(Xylophone, Vibraphone and Pianoforte)
' The Twirly Whirly Staircase '
A talk by ARTHUR HORSBURGH
Conducted by W. HADDON
EDNA DE LACY ROSS 1 (two ROSALIE WESTROPE- Piano-
S. C. COTTERELL (clarinet) this IS the first broadcast by one of the leading Derbyshire choirs. Another first broadcast in the programme is that of part of Dr. Swinnerton Heap 's clarinet sonata. Dr. Swinnerton Heap conducted for the Festival Choral Society of Birmingham and also for the Birmingham Philharmonic Union.
compered by ROBERT TREDINNICK
The Artists include :
The Lady Baritone
Phono-Viola JACK PAYNE
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