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SEXTET Plymouth Hoe (Nautical Overture) - John Ansell
Meditation, 'Thais' - Massenet, arr. Mouton
Moto Perpetuo - German

4.0 ARTHUR Cox Wanton Gales - Kearton
Metisando in the Wood - Goetz
Come into the Garden, Maud - Balfe

4.8 SEXTET Largo - Handel
Sarabando Espagnole du XVI Siecle (Spanish Sarabande from the Sixteenth Century) - Massenet
Ballet Music, 'Gioconda' - Ponchielli, arr. L. Weninger

4.25 MARY SHERIDAN J'ai pleure en Reve (I have wept in a dream) - Hue
Night Idyll - Loughborough
A Fat lil' feller wid his mammy's eyes - Sheridan Gordon

4.32 ARTHUR COX Jean - Meade
Go, Lovely Rose - Quilter
My Dreams - Tosti

4.40 SEXTET Prize Song, 'The Mastersingers' - Wagner, arr. Schmid
Selection, 'Schon Rosmarin' (Fair Rosemary) - Kreisler
Selection, 'Cavalleria Rusticana' - Mascagni, arr. Godfrey

4.55 MARY SHERIDAN Fairy Tales of Ireland - Eric Coates
Early Morning - Graham Peel
The Leaves and the Wind - Leoni

5.2 SEXTET Negro Melody, 'Deep River' (Transcribed by Coleridge-Taylor) - Coleridge-Taylor, arr. P. Fletcher
Scotch Rhapsody - Carlton Mason

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9.35 MDCCCXXIX (AD) 9.35
'Rin-Gin-Gin'*

Without a loud speaker, Tommy Handley's set is in a state of low tension. That gay spark had been on the anode bend and at last found himself short-circuited in a dry cell.
The following morning he was charged with unlicensed interference at high frequency with the laws of gravity, or, in the alternative (5GB), with being a dull emitter and bobbing the cat's whiskers.
The detector, giving evidence, said that the accused, after being run to earth, oscillated and blasted, but offered no resistance.
Tommy, after hearing a long talk, promised in a fit of remorse that he would revise his programme and turn over a now leaf at a ridiculous rate of resolutions per hour perhaps.
'The native hue of resolution
Is sickled o'er with the pale'

* This probably means 'Ringing in Anno domini 1929'

Contributors

[Actor]:
Tommy Handley
[Actor]:
Harry Pepper
[Actor]:
John Armstrong
[Actor]:
Michael Shaw
[Actress]:
Jean Allistone
[Actor]:
Frank Denton
[Actress]:
Colleen Clifford

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More