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: Roland Powell's Quintet

from the Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, County Down

Roland Powell, who is the director of a group of dance bands and light orchestras, has been in the musical profession since his first public appearance at the age of fifteen as a cellist. At one time he was a professor of music at Leeds, and for several years was director of bands for a group of hotels in England and Scotland. During this time he worked a good deal with Henry Hall.


Musicians: Roland Powell's Quintet


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A play in three acts by J. M. Barrie , adapted for broadcasting and produced by Cyril Wood
Cast in the order in which they are heard
(hy permission of H. M. Tennenl ,
(by permission of Gaumont-Briush
Picture Corporation, Ltd.)
The action of the play, which covers a period of over thirty years, passes between a small manor house in Sussex, and an island in the Outer
Act I
The Home of the Morlands-Sussex
Scene 1-As it was in 1919 Scene 2-As it used to be in 1889 Act 2
The Island-in the Outer Hebrides
-about four years later-1893
Act 3
The Home of the Morlands-Sussex
Scene I-As it used to be in 1914 Scene 2-As it was in 1919 (Regional)
' Mary Rose ' will be broadcast again
(Tuesday National, 6.30).


Unknown: J. M. Barrie
Duced By: Cyril Wood
Unknown: H. M. Tennenl
Unknown: Mary Rose
Mrs Otery: Jean Cadell
Harry: Griffith Jones
Rev George Amy: David Hurne
Mr Morland: A Bromley Davenport
Mrs Morland: Irene Rooke
Mary Rose: Nova Pilbeam
Simon: Griffith Jones
Cameron: John Rae

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