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The New English String Quartet:
Winifred Small (violin) ;
Eveline Thompson (violin) ,
Winifred Stiles (viola) ;
Florence Hooton (violoncello)
Dorothy Manley (pianoforte)
Cesar Franck 's Piano Quintet was written in 1878 and first performed at a concert of the Societe Nationale de Musique in January, 1880, with Saint-Saens as the pianist. It is the first of Franck's really mature works exploiting his method of cyclic construction. Like all his later works, the Piano Quintet reflects his personal characteristics as a man with extraordinary fidelity. His kindliness, idealism, mysticism, and sentimentality all find expression here.

Contributors

Violin:
Eveline Thompson
Viola:
Winifred Stiles
Viola:
Florence Hooton
Pianoforte:
Dorothy Manley
Unknown:
Cesar Franck

The Paris Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Gloez: Divertissement. La Troyenne. Divertissement. Saturnales (Les Erinnyes) (Massenet)
The New Light Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Norman O'Neill , with Chorus: Prelude and Call. Call of the Island. Interlude (from Mary Rose ) (O'Neill)
Orchestre de la Societe des Concerts du Conservatoire, conducted by Piero Coppola : La Cour de Lys -Prelude. Ecstatic Dance and Finale. Act 1. Passion. The Good Shepherd (Le Martyre de Saint-Sebastien (Debussy)
Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies , and Instrumental Septet, directed by Herbert Menges : Suite, Richard of Bordeaux (Menges)
The Stockholm Opera Orchestra, conducted by Jarnefelt: Nocturne and Ballad (King Christian II) (Sibelius)
The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Karl Alwin : Turkish March (The Ruins of Athens) (Beethoven)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Norman O'Neill
Unknown:
Mary Rose
Conducted By:
Piero Coppola
Unknown:
Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies
Directed By:
Herbert Menges
Conducted By:
Karl Alwin

Leicester v. The Barbarians
A running commentary on the second half of the match by C. A. Kershaw from Welford Road Ground,
Leicester
Follow the match with the help of the plan on page 53 '
Listeners are to hear a commentary on one of the matches to be played by the Barbarians on their Midland tour. There could be few better men to describe a Rugby football match than C. A. Kershaw , who has no fewer than sixteen International caps. He played for England in Internationals throughout the four seasons 1920 to 1923 against Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and France, for those were the days when the latter competed.

Contributors

Unknown:
C. A. Kershaw
Unknown:
C. A. Kershaw

The BBC Chorus, conducted by Joseph Lewis : Crown of Life-based on Poet and Peasant (Suppe, arr Farrar)
Rawicz and Landauer (pianofortes) : Chopinezza. Faust-Variations
The Comedy Harmonists:
Humoreske (Eine kleine Friihlingsweise) (A little Spring Tune) (Dvorak). Hungarian Dance, No. 5 (Brahms)
Rawicz and Landauer (pianofortes) : Viennese Waltz Medley (Johann Strauss )
The BBC Chorus, conducted by Joseph Lewis : Dear Old Home Songs

Contributors

Conducted By:
Joseph Lewis
Unknown:
Johann Strauss
Conducted By:
Joseph Lewis

' JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK ' by Sean O'Casey
Adapted for broadcasting by Patrick Riddell and produced by Peter Creswell
Persons of the play (in order of speaking)
Neighbours, furniture removers, two
Irregulars, etc.
The action of the play takes place throughout in the living-room of the tenement home of the Boyle family, in Dublin, in the year 1922
(From Northern Ireland)
' Juno and the Paycock' will be repeated in the Regional programme tomorrow at 8.30

Contributors

Unknown:
Sean O'Casey
Broadcasting By:
Patrick Riddell
Produced By:
Peter Creswell
Mrs ' Juno ' Boyle:
Maire O'Neill
Mary Boyle, her daughter:
Betty Chancellor
Johnny Boyle, her son:
John Irwin
Jerry Devine, a friend of the Boyles:
Cecil Brock
' Captain ' Jack Boyle, ' Juno's hus band:
Arthur Sinclair
Joxer Daly, his ' Butty:
J. R. Mageean
Charlie Bentham, a school-teacher:
Blake Giffard
Mrs Maisie Madigan, a neighbour of the Boyles:
Nan McGuigan
Mrs Tancred, another neighbour:
Nita Hardy
'Needle' Nugent, a tailor:
W. R. Gordon
An Irregular Mobiliser:
Kenneth Barton
First Neighbour:
Mary Braithwaite

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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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