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' Four Jolly Sailormen ' (German) and other Songs sung by ARTHUR WYNN
'The Great Brooklands Plot,' a Dramatic Sketch, written for the Children's Hour by T. V. NORMAN
Pianoforte Solos played by CECIL DixoN
The Story of ' The Crust ' (H. Mortimer Batten )

Contributors

Sung By:
Arthur Wynn
Played By:
Cecil Dixon
Unknown:
H. Mortimer Batten

HANDEL ARIAS
Sung by JOHN THORNE
Turn not, 0 Queen (' Esther ')
To Power immortal (' Belshazzar ')
Recit, 'Thus far my Wishes
Alexander Aria , 'Virtue, thou ideal Name '/ Balus ') Peace, Peace crowned with Roses (' Susanna ')
Recit, ' 'Tis Dioclesian's natal Day ' } (' Theodora ')
Aria, ' Go my faithful Soldier, go '

Contributors

Sung By:
John Thorne
Unknown:
Alexander Aria

By GEORGE KAUFMANN and Marc CONNELLY
Adapted for Broadcasting by BARBARA BURNHAM
Music arranged by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON produced by HOWARD ROSE
Artists :
PHILIP CUNNINGHAM VALENTINE DUNN
HARMAN GRISEWOOD W. ALEX ROGERSON LAURA SMITHSON PHILIP WADE
WILLIAM FAZAN LILA MARAVAN DOUGLAS EMERY
ALBAN BLAKELOCK FRANK DENTON
ALBERT CHEVALIER JNR. WELLINGTON BRIGGS
FREDA BRUCE-LOCKHART FREDERICK SARGENT PHYLLIS THOMAS BARBARA COUPER
JOHN R. TURNBULL
THE OLOF SEXTET
Conductor, ROBERT CHIGNELL

Contributors

Unknown:
George Kaufmann
Unknown:
Marc Connelly
Broadcasting By:
Barbara Burnham
Arranged By:
Victor Hely-Hutchinson
Produced By:
Howard Rose
Artists:
Philip Cunningham
Artists:
Valentine Dunn
Artists:
Harman Grisewood
Unknown:
W. Alex Rogerson
Unknown:
Laura Smithson
Unknown:
Philip Wade
Unknown:
William Fazan
Unknown:
Lila Maravan
Unknown:
Douglas Emery
Unknown:
Alban Blakelock
Unknown:
Frank Denton
Unknown:
Albert Chevalier Jnr.
Unknown:
Wellington Briggs
Unknown:
Freda Bruce-Lockhart
Unknown:
Frederick Sargent
Unknown:
Phyllis Thomas
Unknown:
Barbara Couper
Unknown:
John R. Turnbull
Conductor:
Robert Chignell

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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