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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by Henry Bronkhurst (First performance)(From Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Bronkhurst

: NEXT WEEK YOU'LL HEAR

Excerpts from programmes for the week beginning August 22

: OUT TO PLAY

incorporating
The Week-End out of Doors
Saturday Sport
Reports. Personalities Ideas being a magazine for summer days edited by R. F. Dunnett

Contributors

Edited By: R. F. Dunnett

: FACETS OF SYNCOPATION

Dance Music of 1934-1935 Played and sung by Gladys Gale .
Betty Matthew
Ted Stavert
The Morgan Brothers
Jimmy Ross and Bill Thomson
Musical arrangements by Jimmy Ross
Production by Alan Melville

Contributors

Sung By: Gladys Gale
Sung By: Betty Matthew
Sung By: Ted Stavert
Arrangements By: Jimmy Ross
Production By: Alan Melville

: Scottish Sports Results, Scottish Announcements

, Scottish
Bulletin for Farmers, and Herring
Fishing Bulletin

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Sport

: A Scots Concert

Jean Summers (soprano)
Neil. Forsyth (baritone)
The BBC Scottish Orchestra
Leader, J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted by Kemlo Stephen

The arrangements of the Scottish songs to be sung by Jean Summers .and Neil Forsyth have been made for voice and orchestra by two prominent Scottish musicians, David Stephen and Ian Whyte, who are both composers in their own right. David Stephen was for twenty years Director of Music to the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, and Ian Whyte is Music Director to the BBC in Scotland.

Contributors

Baritone: Neil. Forsyth
Leader: J. Mouland Begbie
Conducted By: Kemlo Stephen
Sung By: Jean Summers
Sung By: Neil Forsyth
Musicians: David Stephen
Musicians: Ian Whyte
Unknown: David Stephen
Unknown: Ian Whyte

: Curigwen Lewis as Maggie in ' THE MILL ON THE FLOSS'

A radio play by Janet Keith
Adapted for broadcasting from the novel by George Eliot
Characters
Maggie Tulliver
Mrs. Tulliver, her mother
Mr. Tulliver, her father, the miller of Dorlcote Mill
Tom Tulliver , her brother
Mrs. Glegg} sisters of Mrs. Tulliver
Mrs.
Deane Mr. Glegg } their husbands
Mr. Deane
Lucy Deane, cousin to Maggie and Tom Lawyer Wakem
Philip Wakem , his son
Stephen Guest , unofficially engaged to
Lucy Bob Jakin , Maggie's landlord at St.
Ogg's
The action of the play takes place during the latter part of last century at Dorlcote Mill, on the river Floss and in the neighbouring town of St. Ogg's
The play produced by Owen Reed
(From Midland)

Contributors

Play By: Janet Keith
Novel By: George Eliot
Unknown: Maggie Tulliver
Unknown: Tom Tulliver
Unknown: Deane Mr.
Unknown: Tom Lawyer Wakem
Unknown: Philip Wakem
Unknown: Stephen Guest
Unknown: Lucy Bob Jakin
Produced By: Owen Reed

: MAURICE WINNICK AND HIS ORCHESTRA

with JUDY SHIRLEY
RONNIE ODELL
DONALD MARVIN and JACK, JOCK, and JIMMIE from the Spa, Scarborough
(From North)

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Shirley
Unknown: Ronnie Odell
Unknown: Donald Marvin

: News Summary

including Weather Forecast

: A Programme of GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

The Elman String Quartet:
Quartet in D minor, Op. 76, No. 2 (Haydn)-l Allegro. 2 Andante o piu tosto allegro. 3 Minuetto: Allegro ma non troppo. 4 Finale: Vivace assai
(From Regional)








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