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'Heraldry'- 4
' Heraldic Flowers and Objects a talk by GLADYS DAVIDSON
5.15 From Regional :
' Tales from the Nordic Sagas ', No. 1 a play by L. DU GARDE PEACH


Talk By: Gladys Davidson
Play By: L. du Garde Peach


by Kantor Wolf Lewi (tenor)
El Hatzipor (To the Bird)........Milner W'Shomru (Liturgical) Wolf Lewi Lamidbar (A Desert Song) )
Alman Die Bobe (The Grandmother
Hineh Mah Tov (Liturgical)....Algazt


Tenor: Kantor Wolf Lewi
Tenor: El Hatzipor
Unknown: Wolf Lewi
Song: Alman Die Bobe
Unknown: Hineh Mah Tov


including Weather Forecast
7.20 Midland Bulletin for Farmers and Midland Announcements


Double Bill
Nottingham and Oxford
Excerpts from
' The Sleeping Beauty '
Presented by Tom Arnold
(For Julian Wylie Productions Ltd.) from The Theatre Royal,
Nottingham (presented by Arthur Conquest)
The Twelve Eileen Rogan Children
Book by J. Hickory Wood and Dan
Leno Junior
Music by E. W. Eyre
Staged by John Roker
Produced by Tom Arnold and ' Cinderella'
Presented by The New Theatre,
(By arrangement with Bertram Montague ) from the New Theatre, Oxford
The Challenger Girls The Ken-More Babes
The Zio Angels Taby and Tabu
Sir Gerald Tyrrwhit Drake 's Royal
Cream Ponies
Produced by Lewis Marks


Presented By: Tom Arnold
Unknown: Eileen Rogan
Book By: J. Hickory Wood
Music By: E. W. Eyre
Unknown: John Roker
Produced By: Tom Arnold
Arrangement With: Bertram Montague
Unknown: Sir Gerald Tyrrwhit Drake
Produced By: Lewis Marks
Prince Florizel: Helene Cooney
Princess Beauty: Eleanor Fayre
Trixie, her maid: Hylda Baker
The King: Ernest Lester
The Queen: Hugh Rene
Rudolph, the Prince's page: Billy Danvers
Betty, a maid: Betty Conquest
Daphne: Daphne
Claribel, the good fairy: Anne Roper
Maligna, the wicked witch: Frank Attree
Father Time: Robert Manning
Principal Dancer: Yvonne Fenn
Cinderella: Heather Gayle
Prince Charming: Cecile Benson
Baroness Hardup: Dan Leno
Buttons: Fred Wynne
Baron Hardup: Bert Murray
Bud: Mille Deane
Blossom: Jennie Gregson
Dandini: Joan Brett
Seezum and Snatchum: The Lassiter Brothers
Fairy Bluebell: Mona Edene


' Parade of the Light Orchestras
Edith Lorand and her Orchestra:
Overture, Gypsy Love (Lehdr)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra :
Waltz (Durand)
Paul Godwin 's Orchestra: Neapolitan Nights (Zamecnik)
Barnabas von Geczy and his
Orchestra: Ragamuffin (Rixner)
Orchestra Mascotte : Soiree d'ete
(Summer Evening) (Waldteufel)
Dinicu and his Orchestra : Hora
Staccato (Dinicu)
Victor Ricardo and his Orchestra : On a local train journey (Rathke)
Maurice Igor and his Nomad
Orchestra : Where the woods are green (Brodsky)
Orchestre Raymonde : Parade of the City Guards (Jessel)


Unknown: Edith Lorand
Unknown: Marek Weber
Unknown: Paul Godwin
Unknown: Victor Ricardo
Unknown: Maurice Igor


(including Weather Forecast)


A novel by Arnold Bennett arranged for Broadcasting by E. G. TWITCHETT and read by HUGH MILLER


Novel By: Arnold Bennett
Broadcasting By: E. G. Twitchett
Read By: Hugh Miller


including Weather Forecast

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