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: OLIVE HIND (soprano)

OSWALD ROGERS (baritone)
KATHLEEN WILEY (violin)

Contributors

Baritone: Oswald Rogers
Violin: Kathleen Wiley

: The Children's Hour

' Mary Plain in Town '-2
' Mary is taken ill and Friska is taken in' A story by GWYNEDD RAE told by HILDA BIRCH
Songs of the Hebrides by MARTYN C. WEBSTER (baritone)
' Winter in the Isle of Skye' a talk by SETON GORDON
G. MANTLE-CHILDE (pianoforte)

Contributors

Story By: Gwynedd Rae
Told By: Hilda Birch
Baritone: Martyn C. Webster
Talk By: Seton Gordon
Pianoforte: G. Mantle-Childe

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements

: LEW HARRIS

at the Organ of the Forum Theatre,
Coventry

: ' Musical Comedy Contrasts'

A Programme of Gramophone Records

: Midland Chamber Concerts-12

Music of Thomas Baron Pitfield
PETER HOWARD (baritone)
NORRIS STANLEY (violin)
HARRY MILLER (violoncello)
MICHAEL MULLINAR (pianoforte)
NORRIS STANLEY , HARRY MILLER , AND
MICHAEL MULLINAR
Finale (Miniature Trio)
PETER HOWARD AND MICHAEL MULLINAR
In Autumn Hunger
The Little Sorrow Christmas Lullaby
MICHAEL MULLINAR
Prelude, Minuet and Reel
PETER HOWARD AND MICHAEL MULLINAR
Pain
Forgotten Separation
City Child's Lament Storm Clouds
NORRIS STANLEY , HARRY MILLER , AND
MICHAEL MULLINAR
Trio for pianoforte, violin and violoncello i. Molto moderato; 2. Andante pastorale ; 3. Allegro moderato ma agitato
T. B. Pitfield was an engineer, until he was twenty-one, when he had saved up enough for a year's study at the Royal College of Music at Manchester. Finding it a hard struggle to make a living from teaching music, he qualified in Arts and Crafts at Bolton. After a short time in a Lancashire school, he settled in the Midlands. He is now Occupational Instructor to the Good Companions Club at Wolverhampton, and doing part-time teaching at Tettenhall College and Bilston Art School.

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Baron Pitfield
Baritone: Peter Howard
Violin: Norris Stanley
Violin: Harry Miller
Pianoforte: Norris Stanley
Pianoforte: Harry Miller
Unknown: Peter Howard
Unknown: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Peter Howard
Unknown: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: Norris Stanley
Unknown: Harry Miller
Unknown: Michael Mullinar
Unknown: T. B. Pitfield

: 'The House Next Door'

12, Loverette Crescent , Leamington '
MOORE RAYMOND

Contributors

Unknown: Loverette Crescent

: HARRY ENGLEMAN'S QUINTET

with VERNON ADCOCK (xylophone and vibraphone)

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Adcock

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News
DANCE MUSIC
(From Regional)








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