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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Ralph Langdon from the Freemasons' Hall,
Edinburgh

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Langdon

: NEWS

A re-reading of the First News

: Scottish Dance Music

John Reid 's Dance Band

Contributors

Unknown: John Reid

: An excerpt from the CONCERT PARTY

at the Winter Gardens, Rothesay
The cast includes :
Hope and Lang ; Clark and Murray; Pagan and Ross; Billy Maloney ; Bessie Bendon ; Matt and Billie ; Marjorie Parry ; Bernard Ross ; Six Morganettes ; Johnnie Douglas and his Melodymakers

Contributors

Unknown: Billy Maloney
Unknown: Bessie Bendon
Unknown: Marjorie Parry
Unknown: Bernard Ross
Unknown: Johnnie Douglas

: 'THE WILL

A play by J. M. Barrie
Characters in order of speaking
Produced by Andrew Stewart
The Will is one of Barrie's lesser-known plays, although its obscurity seems quite undeserved. It is a masterly little play and clearly written by a great artist.
It is not written from the whimsical point of view that people declare to be ' typically Barrie', but is a bitter-sweet morsel in which the dramatist shakes his head kindly and regretfully over human failings. The failing in this case is ambition for place and social grandeur. Barrie shows the deadening and hardening effect on two ordinary young people.
The Will is a more bitterly satirical slant on the theme that Barrie himself stated elsewhere as 'there is no more impressive sight in the world than a Scotsman on the make'.

Contributors

Play By: J. M. Barrie
Produced By: Andrew Stewart
Mr Devizes: William Crichton
Surtees, a clerk: W H D Joss
Robert: Rex de la Haye
Philip Ross: James McKechnie
Mrs Philip Ross: Mary Sutherland
Sennet, another clerk: Arthur Douglas Brown
Creed, another clerk: W H D Joss

: Edward Chapman in 'CHARING CROSS ROAD'

A show by Gladys and Clay Keyes , with music by Clay Keyes
Principal characters in order of introduction also stage hands, chorus girls, songpluggers, office boy, doctor, etc.
The BBC Variety Orchestra and A section of the BBC Revue Chorus
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Orchestrations by Wally Wallond
Produced by Roy Speer
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Clay Keyes
Music By: Clay Keyes
Conducted By: Charles Shadwell
Unknown: Wally Wallond
Produced By: Roy Speer
Charlie, a stage manager: Foster Carlin
E J Benny, a producer: Bernard Ansell
Tony, a young song-writer: David Croft
Pam, a chorus girl: Pamela Randell
MacWilliam, a vaudeville artist: Edward Chapman
Maisie, a chorus girl Sunday Wilshin Meggie: Gladys Keyes
Jack, a cabaret artist: Horace Percival
Bill, a comedian: Sidney Vivian
Vaudeville artists: Jimmy O'Donnell: Hugh French
Cherry O'Donnell: Patricia Leonard
Jerry Langdon, an agent: Horace Percival
Frankie, a song-plugger: Gerry Fitzgerald

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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