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: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' CRICKET INTERVAL '

Counties-Clubs-Villages
Personalities and Players
Stories and Verse
(Selected according to the weather)
Presented by Denis Morris
This programme will consist of an account of a village cricket match, an interview with a famous player, and impressions of a county match. The village match will be between two old rivals, Moreton-in-the-Marsh, in the Cotswolds, and Shipston-on-Stour. The commentator will be Percy Dewey , of Chipping Campden, who has frequently broadcast and took part in the first Midland broadcast on village cricket. Denis Morris , who is presenting the ' Cricket Interval ' series, will interview at the microphone, R. J. Crisp , the old South African fast bowler, on touring in England. R. J. Crisp now plays with Sir Julien Cahn 's XI and is doing journalistic work in Nottingham. A. W. Carr, the old
Nottinghamshire cricket captain, will give his impressions of whichever first-class match in the Midlands provides the most interesting cricket.

Contributors

Presented By: Denis Morris
Unknown: Percy Dewey
Unknown: Denis Morris
Unknown: R. J. Crisp
Unknown: Sir Julien Cahn

: THE MUSICIAN AT THE GRAMOPHONE'

Eric Blom
Eric Blom began his career in England as a music critic and writer of the annotated programme notes for the old Queen's Hall Orchestra. He then became London correspondent for the Manchester Guardian and was later appointed music critic of the Birmingham Post, which position he still holds. Born in 1888 he is one of the most learned of his generation of critics. In addition to numerous articles in the dictionaries of- Grove and Cobbett, he has written several books of outstanding importance, including one on Mozart for the ' Master Musicians ' series, of which he is editor.

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Blom
Unknown: Eric Blom

: 'DOROTHY'

A Comedy Opera by B. C. Stephenson with music by Alfred Cellier
Adapted for the microphone by Reginald Burston and Martyn C. Webster
Cast
Chorus of Hop Pickers, Peasants,
Guests, Bridesmaids, etc.
The BBC Midland Chorus and The BBC Midland Orchestra
Conducted by Reginald Burston
Produced by Martyn C. Webster

Contributors

Unknown: B. C. Stephenson
Music By: Alfred Cellier
Music By: Martyn C. Webster
Conducted By: Reginald Burston
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Squire Bantam, The Squire of Chanticleer Hall: Aubrey Standing
Geoffrey Wilder, his nephew, a London Gallant: Jan van Der Gucht
Harry Sherwood, Wilder's friend: Arnold Matters
John Tuppitt, Landlord of ' The Hop Pole: Alfred Butler
Lurcher, a Sheriff's Officer: Denis Folwell
Tom Strutt, a-young farmer: Fred Forgham
The Parson: Godfrey Baseley
Dorothy Bantam, Sir John's daughter: Wynne Ajello
Lydia Hawthorne, her cousin: Sybil Ever
Phyllis Tuppitt, the Landlord's daughter: Ethel Williams
Mrs Privett, a widow: Dorothy Summers
Lady Betty, a spinster: Vera Ashe
A Footman: Godfrey Baseley
Narrator: Hugh Morton

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast) SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

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