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: The Children's Hour

Conducted by E. GODFREY BROWN
' Peter Comes in from the Farm '—5, by PETER FITZPATRICK


Conducted By: E. Godfrey Brown
Unknown: Peter Fitzpatrick


including Weather Forecast, followed by Northern Ireland Bulletin for Farmers, and Northern Ireland News

: Regional Programme

Weather Forecast for Northern Ireland at 9.35

: All things considered

Northern Ireland news in retrospect R. L. HENDERSON

: A Programme of Gramophone Records

London Theatres and their Musical
2-Drury Lane Drury Lane opened on May 7, 1663.
It was built at the instigation of Charles II. Many celebrated actors and actresses have been associated with the ' Lane '. Nell Gwynn , Peg Wof fington, David Garrick , John Kemble , Mrs. Siddons and Henry Irving are only a few of the famous names associated with the history of the theatre.
Rose Marie , which was produced in March, 1925, was the first musical comedy to be mounted there. Before this, the regular programme consisted of two dramas and a Christmas pantomime a year. Rose Marie was a great success and proved to be the forerunner of many spectacular and successful shows.
Tonight you will hear records by artists in the rôles they originally played, including excerpts from Rose Marie , Show Boat, and The Land of Smiles.


Unknown: Nell Gwynn
Unknown: Peg Wof
Unknown: David Garrick
Unknown: John Kemble
Unknown: Henry Irving
Unknown: Rose Marie
Unknown: Rose Marie
Unknown: Rose Marie


Weather Forecast and News


Weather Forecast and News

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