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An ENSA concert for munition-workers with Violet Trevelyon
Sutherland Felce and the Band of H.M. Irish Guards
(by permission of Colonel the Hon. Thomas Vesey, commanding Irish Guards')
Conducted by Lieut. G. H. Wilcocks ,
Director of Music, Irish Guards

Contributors

Unknown:
Violet Trevelyon
Unknown:
Sutherland Felce
Conducted By:
Lieut. G. H. Wilcocks

1—'Made in Lancashire '
Presented by Winifred I. Haward
Lancashire is playing a great part in the war by helping, among other things, to pay for imports of war materials by her exports of cotton goods. A manufacturer, a traveller, a designer, and others in the trade will come to the microphone to speak about the organisation behind the drive.

Contributors

Presented By:
Winifred I. Haward

gan T. Rowland Hughes
Awdl Cadair yr Eisteddfod eleni yn cael ei chyflwyno mewn ffurf ddramatig
Golygfa-Wrth allor hen eglwys Ty
Ddewi
Cymeriadau: Clochydd a phererinion
Y cyfarwyddo gan Nan Davies
(An Eisteddfod feature in Welsh)

Contributors

Unknown:
T. Rowland Hughes
Unknown:
Awdl Cadair
Unknown:
Nan Davies

A serial play for broadcasting in ten parts
Adapted by Hugh Stewart from the novel by Anthony Hope
Part 9-' The Struggle in the Attic '
Cast
Produced by Peter Creswell

Contributors

Adapted By:
Hugh Stewart
Novel By:
Anthony Hope
Produced By:
Peter Creswell
Count Fritz von Tarlenheim (who tells the story):
Ronald Simpson
Mother Holf:
Ethel Lodge
Rosa Holf:
Ellis Powell
Count Rupert of Hentzau:
Charles Mason
Lieutenant Bernenstein:
William Hutchison
Count Rischenheim:
Noel Dryden
Chancellor Helsing:
Norman Shelley
Queen Flavia of Ruritania:
Edana Romney
Rudolf Rassendyll:
Sebastian Shaw

(Section B) led by Thomas Peatfield
Conducted by Clarence Raybould
Sibelius's Seventh Symphony, composed in 1925, is perhaps the most introspective of all his works. Although cast in one long movement the music falls into four definite sections corresponding to the usual four movements of the classical symphony. But into this single movement is packed enough thought to fill out any symphony of normal length.

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Peatfield
Conducted By:
Clarence Raybould

as ' Our Elizabeth' in a series of sketches specially written for broadcasting by Florence A. Kilpatrick , with Fred Yule Hugh
Morton, Ernest Jay , and Joan Young
Produced by Tom Ronald

Contributors

Broadcasting By:
Florence A. Kilpatrick
Unknown:
Fred Yule Hugh
Unknown:
Ernest Jay
Produced By:
Tom Ronald

(by arrangement with C. B. Cochran)
The songs and the story of the famous London Pavilion success
Book and lyrics by Arthur Wimperis. Music by Herman Darewski and Edouard Mathe with Muriel Barron, Betty Huntley-Wright, Vera Lennox, Jacques Brown, Sidney Burchall, Dick Francis
BBC Chorus, and augmented Revue Orchestra, conducted by Hyam Greenbaum
Compere, John Watt
Produced by Gordon Crier

Contributors

Arrangement With:
C. B. Cochran
Unknown:
Arthur Wimperis.
Unknown:
Herman Darewski
Unknown:
Edouard Mathe
Unknown:
Muriel Barron
Unknown:
Betty Huntley
Unknown:
Vera Lennox
Unknown:
Jacques Brown
Unknown:
Sidney Burchall
Unknown:
Dick Francis
Conducted By:
Hvam Greenbaum
Unknown:
John Watt
Produced By:
Gordon Crier

A topical parallel written for broadcasting by L. du Garde Peach and produced by Peter Creswell with Kenneth Kent as Napoleon and Mary Hinton as Josephine
Among other historical characters portrayed are: Murat, Talleyrand, Fouche, Lord Cornwallis, Joseph Bonaparte, Prince Metternich, The Duke of Wellington, Marshal Ney
Scenes : 1 The Dictator. 2 Appeasement. 3 Aggression. 4 Invasion. 5 Sea power. 6 Blockade. 7 Trouble at home. 8 Trouble with Russia. 9 Congress at Vienna. 10 The last throw. 11 Waterloo. 12 St. Helena

Contributors

Produced By:
Peter Creswel
Unknown:
Kenneth Kent
Unknown:
Mary Hinton
Unknown:
Joseph Bonaparte
Unknown:
Marshal Ney

BBC Home Service Basic

About BBC Home Service

BBC Home Service is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 1st September 1939 and ended on the 29th September 1967.

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