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: 'UP TO LONDON'

Reginald Arkell
Reginald Arkell is a novelist, dramatist, and journalist. Green Fingers, a radio revue based on his humorous book of the same name, was broadcast in August, 1937, and he has given many talks. Until the outbreak of the war he was on the staff of London Opinion, and since then has written a number of musical comedies and revues, including librettos and lyrics for stage shows, including Kingdom for a Cow, Gay Deceivers, I066--and All That, Listeners' Inn, Blue Train, and Frasquita. In 1933 he published a life of Richard Jefferies.

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Arkell
Unknown: Reginald Arkell
Unknown: Richard Jefferies.

: 'THE ALPINE HUT'

(Proprietor, Fabre Fatscher )
Ernst, the singing guide (Hans Gold-stein) takes parties up every week to hear
Augustus Franzel 's Schrammel
Quartet and the songs of Reserl, the land-lord's daughter (Emmy Ludwig)
Among the tourists are :
Lorna Stuart , who sings
Larry Adamson , who yodels and Jacques Brown
Presented by Anthony Hall
(Regional)

Contributors

Unknown: Fabre Fatscher
Unknown: Augustus Franzel
Unknown: Lorna Stuart
Unknown: Larry Adamson
Unknown: Jacques Brown
Presented By: Anthony Hall

: WEST COUNTRY COMPOSERS Harold C. Lake

The Plymouth Madrigal Society
The Torquay Municipal Orchestra
Conductors, Harold C. Lake and Ernest W. Goss
Freda Townson (contralto) from The Guildhall, Plymouth
ORCHESTRA
Concert Overture in D
(Conducted by the composer)
FULL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA The Early Spring Sun
(Conducted by the composer)
(Soloist, FREDA TOWNSON )
ORCHESTRA
Folk-Song Phantasy
(Conducted by Ernest W. Goss )
The Plymouth Madrigal Society was formed in 1913 by Dr. Harold C. Lake. The society's repertoire of unaccompanied music consists of about a hundred madrigals and part songs.

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest W. Goss
Contralto: Freda Townson
Soloist: Freda Townson
Conducted By: Ernest W. Goss
Unknown: Dr. Harold C. Lake.

: DANCE CABARET

from the Grand Hotel, Torquay
Listen to:
Walsh and Barker the sophisticated stylists of song and satire
Esther Coleman the popular singer
Bob Dyer the last of the hill-billies
Jack Warner compere and dance to:
Harry Evans and his Dance Band

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Coleman
Singer: Bob Dyer
Unknown: Jack Warner
Unknown: Harry Evans

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT








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