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: FRED HARTLEY AND HIS SEXTET

with Brian Lawrance
Waltzing Memories, No. 2
(All the above items arranged by Fred Hartley )
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Lawrance
Arranged By: Fred Hartley

: A VIOLONCELLO RECITAL

by Leonard Baker

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard Baker

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: TWO NORTHERN DIALECT CLASSICS

' Throp's Wife' by F. W. Moorman , told by C. H. Chapman
'The Hay-Bag' by Edwin Waugh , told by Frank Crompton
That brilliant and indefatigable student of the words and idioms of Yorkshire folk speech, the late F. W. Moorman , who was Professor of English Language in Leeds University, once told how, intrigued by the' saying 'As thrang as Throp's wife ' and long baffled in his search for its origin, he journeyed through the West Riding in search of someone who could explain the phrase. The explanation came from an old Yorkshireman met in a West Riding inn at Cowling Hill.

Contributors

Unknown: F. W. Moorman
Told By: C. H. Chapman
Unknown: Edwin Waugh
Told By: Frank Crompton
Unknown: F. W. Moorman

: JACK IN THE MUSIC BOX

which contains
Jack Payne with his Orchestra and a galaxy of radio, stage and screen personalities in rhythm, romance, and comedy!
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne

: 'TOM JONES'

A light opera with music by Edward German
Lyrics by Charles H. Taylor
The story adapted for broadcasting by Gordon McConnel from Henry Fielding's novel and the comic opera libretto by A. N. Thompson and Robert Courtneidge
Cast in order of appearance
(Sophia's songs will be sung by Lorely Dyer )
Chorus of huntsmen, farmers and their wives, dairymaids, courtiers, and ladies of quality
Act 1: The lawn at Squire Western's
Act 2, Scene 1: On the road to
Upton
Scene 2: The inn at Upton
Act 3: Ranelagh Gardens
The BBC Theatre Chorus and BBC Theatre Orchestra, leader Tate Gilder , conductor Stanford Robinson
Production by Gordon McConnel with the technical assistance of Rex Haworth
(Regional)
See the article, ' These Adaptations ', by Gordon McConnel , on page 8

Contributors

Music By: Edward German
Unknown: Charles H. Taylor
Broadcasting By: Gordon McConnel
Unknown: A. N. Thompson
Unknown: Robert Courtneidge
Sung By: Lorely Dyer
Leader: Tate Gilder
Production By: Gordon McConnel
Unknown: Rex Haworth
Unknown: Gordon McConnel
Squire Western: Edmund Willard
Mr. Allworthy, a West Country magistrate: Brember Wills
Gregory, a servant: Fred Yule
Sophia, Squire Western's daughter: Peggy Bryan
Tom Jones, a foundling: Dennis Noble
Blifil, Mr Allworthy's nephew: Brian Hayes
Honour, maid to Sophia: Betty Huntley-Wright
Benjamin Partridge, an ex-school master: Bernard Ansell
Lady Bellaston: Marcella Salzer

: The Fourth News

(including Weather Forecast)
News Talks and Sport
Cotton and Wheat Prices at 22.30

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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