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Phyllis Konstam and Thea Holme in 'THE DOVER ROAD'
A Comedy in Three Acts by A. A. Milne
Presented by The Oxford Repertory Players
(under the direction of Eric Dance and Stanford Holme)
Characters in the order in which they- are heard
The play adapted for broadcasting and produced by Owen Reed


Unknown: Phyllis Konstam
Unknown: Thea Holme
Unknown: A. A. Milne
Produced By: Owen Reed
Dominic: Eric Dance
Leonard: Stanford Holme
Anne: Thea Holme
Mr Latimer: Eugene Leahy
Eustasia: Phyllis Konstam
Nicholas: Geoffrey Tyrrell

: Gramophone Records LIGHT ORCHESTRAL

Marek Weber and his Orchestra:
Waltz (Les Cloches de Corneville) (Planquette). Czarina (Ganne). Waltz, Old Vienna (Lanner, arr. Kremser)


Unknown: Marek Weber


(Church of England) from Coventry Cathedral
Organ Voluntary
8.0 Order of Service
Introit, 0 blessed Jesu, have mercy upon us (Palestrina)
Hymn, When all Thy mercies, 0 my
God (S.P. 694 ; A. and M. 517)
Opening Prayers Psalm cxxi
Lesson, St. Luke ii, 1-13
Magnificat in D (Bairstow)
Intercessions and Thanksgivings
Anthem, Jesu, star of consolation
Address by the Very Rev. R. T. HOWARD , Provost of Coventry
Hymn, Bright the vision that delighted
(S.P. 460 ; A. and M. 161)
Organist and Choirmaster,
Alan Stephenson


Unknown: Very Rev. R. T. Howard
Choirmaster: Alan Stephenson


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