Written, Composed, and Produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE with incidental songs by various
Cast and THE B B C REVUE CHORUS and THE B B C VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
' Cinderella ' was broadcast in the National programme last night
The Baron Hardup, financially embarrassed:
The Baroness, his much better half:
Shinglet their daughters on mar:
Binglet J riage bent:
Buttons, the Baron's lazy man of all ' work ' (?).......:
The Prince of Joys, with Palace complete:
Dandini, his vatet-friend:
The Fairy Godmother, a friendly power:
Cinderella, the Baron's youngest daughter:
with Song and Clatter
For the third year in succession Scottish Broadcasting House is to be the scene of New Year revelry. As on previous occasions, members of the Scottish staff will contribute to the programme, proving once again, it is hoped, that the staff can not only arrange programmes but contribute to them as well. This year, however, Edinburgh will not have it all its own way, Glasgow has some surprise items up its programme sleeve and listeners may confidently expect the appearance before the microphone of stars in the outside world of entertainment. Scottish Hour will be followed at midnight by an hour's music for dancing. The Scottish Regional transmitter, therefore, will be the only one running at this time and insatiable listeners in the South will have to go all-Scottish.
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