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A Programme of Popular Victorian Music
Compiled by Joseph Lewis
Presented by Alice Vaughan (Contralto), Cecil Dixon (Pianoforte)
The B.B.C. Orchestra (Section E)
(Led by Marie Wilson)
Conducted by Joseph Lewis
(Daventry National Programme)

Contributors

Compiled by/Conductor:
Joseph Lewis
Contralto:
Alice Vaughan
Pianist:
Cecil Dixon
Musicians:
The B.B.C. Orchestra
Orchestra leader:
Marie Wilson

A Drama of the Eighteenth Century by W.E. Henley written in collaboration with R.L. Stevenson
The Persons Represented: [see below]
The action takes place in Admiral Guinea's house and in the Admiral Benbow Inn, on the sea-coast of the West of England, about the year 1760

Contributors

Author:
W. E. Henley
In collaboration with:
R.L. Stevenson
Arranged for broadcasting by/Producer:
Cyril Wood
John Gaunt, called Admiral Guinea, once Captain of the Slaver Arethusa:
Hedley Goodall
Arethusa Gaunt, his daughter:
Nancy Tricks
David Pew, a Blind Beggar, once Boatswain of the Arethusa:
Donald Davies
Kit French, a Privateersman:
Michael Holloway
Mrs. Drake, Landlady of the Admiral Benbow Inn:
Doris Nichols

5WA Cardiff

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