In Memory of ' Those who died before Byzantium
To save the fishy straits of the. seaMen swift in the work of War '
The Programme compiled from the works of Winston S. Churchill
Sir Ian Hamilton
John Masefield Henry Nevinson
Compton Mackenzie and the Official War History and produced by VAL GIELGUD
' Gallipoli' was broadcast on Sunday evening in the National programme
from the Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry
The story of Coventry Hippodrome will be told by Mr. S. H. Newsome , joint managing director, in an interview to David Gretton , and a Variety bill will follow. The theatre dates from 1906, and considerable additions were made in 1921. The present theatre seats 2,000 people. The first broadcast was a revue-Francis Laidler's The Big Show—in the winter of 1932. There have been several broadcasts of Variety and pantomime since, and the Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Charles Shad -well, has been ' on the air ' regularly.
Mr. S. H.
The English Singers : A Farmer's
Son (arr. Vaughan Williams)
Ella Gardner (soprano) : Robin Adair
Plunket Green (baritone) : The Garden where the Praties grow (arr. Liddle) ; Trottin' to the Fair ; The Sailorman
Ella Gardner (soprano) : Ca' the ewes tae the knowes
The English Singers: The Turtle
Dove (arr. Vaughan Williams)
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