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: 'LET US INTRODUCE—'

The Lyric Harp Trio:
Dorothy Godwin (harp)
Evelyn Pullen (violoncello)
William Cook (flute) A series of short programmes in which certain artists make their first appearance before the microphone
Dorothy Godwin , the harp player in this trio, began to study music at an early age in her native city of Bristol. Afterwards she studied at the Guildhall School of Music, where she won the Ada Lewis Scholarship for the Royal Academy of Music. She gained several awards at the Academy. For some time she was professor of harp and piano at the Midland Institute, Birmingham.

Contributors

Harp: Dorothy Godwin
Harp: Evelyn Pullen
Flute: William Cook
Unknown: Dorothy Godwin
Unknown: Ada Lewis

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' FOUR-IN-HAND '

An Original Entertainment in Double Harness
The Carroll Sisters
Compton Evans and Ray Monelle
The words by Dorothy Worsley
The music by Mai Jones

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Monelle
Unknown: Dorothy Worsley
Music By: Mai Jones

: ' PRODUCING A PLAY '

'The Producer'
L. A. G. Strong and Barbara Watts
The producer is, after all, perhaps the most important- person in a small dramatic society, and tonight L. A. G. Strong is discussing the practical problems of production with one who has very considerable experience of their difficulties.

Contributors

Unknown: L. A. G. Strong
Unknown: Barbara Watts
Unknown: L. A. G. Strong

: ' UP TO LONDON

Reginald Arkell
A personal commentary by a West countryman in London on things and people he has observed during the last month.

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Arkell

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS








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