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Members of the Dolmetsch Family: Fantasies for two viols. Il Doloroso; La Caccia (The Hunt) (Morley). Greensleeves to a Ground (Two Recorders and Virginals) (Anon.)
St. George's Singers, directed by E. H. Fellowes : Rest, Sweet Nymphs (Pilkington). Sing we and chant it (Morley). As Vesta was descending (Weelkes)
Dolmetsch Family: Fantasy for a chest of six viols (Weelkes). King's Hunt (for virginals) (Bull). Fantasy for six viols (Dering)

presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Singing commere, Judy Shirley
1 Audrey Samson
2 ' Inspector Hornleigh
Investigates '
(S. J. Warmington as Inspector
Hornleigh)
No. 22, ' The Mystery of the 4th Floor' by Hans W. Priwin
3 Puzzle Corner
? ? ? Guess ? ? ?
4 Mabel Constanduros with John Rorke in ' The Adventures of Grandma '
No. 1, ' Rhubarb Wine '
5 Phyllis Monkman
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Few young broadcasters can have had so successful a career as Audrey Samson , the first artist you will hear in tonight's ' Monday at Seven '. She began entertaining on the air while she was still at school, and she has been broadcasting regularly for the last four years, and is now only sixteen. Last July she left school with a radio reputation which secured her engagements at once in Variety and in West-End cabaret to sing her own songs at the piano.
Her versatility is remarkable. She has sung songs both gay and serious at the microphone, has broadcast as a solo pianist, and last September took part in Lance Sieveking 's radio play, The Peaslake Crash. It is more than possible that she will shortly be engaged as vocalist and pianist in one of the leading dance bands.

Contributors

Presented By:
Harry S. Pepper
Presented By:
Douglas Moodie
Unknown:
Judy Shirley
Unknown:
J. Warmington
Unknown:
John Rorke
Unknown:
Phyllis Monkman
Conducted By:
Charles Shadwell
Unknown:
Audrey Samson
Unknown:
Lance Sieveking
Unknown:
Peaslake Crash.

A Romantic Melodrama by Alexandre Dumas
Adapted for broadcasting 'as a dramatic serial by Patrick Riddell and produced by Peter Creswell
No. 1-' Edmond Dantes the Lover '
Scene, The Port of Marseilles
Persons of the play
(By permission of H. M. Tennant , Ltd.)
See the article by Patrick Riddell on page 15

Contributors

Unknown:
Alexandre Dumas
Unknown:
Patrick Riddell
Produced By:
Peter Creswell
Unknown:
H. M. Tennant
Unknown:
Patrick Riddell
The Story-Teller:
Cyril Nash
Edmond Dantes, a young sailor, mate of the Pharon...:
Terence de Marney
Monsieur Morrel, a Marseilles ship-owner:
Louis Goodrich
Danglars, second mate of the Pharon:
Robert Holmes
Od Dantes, Edmond's father:
Edgar B. Skeet
Gaderousse,a tailor:
Malcolm Graeme
Mercedes Herrera, a Catalan fisher-girl:
Elizabeth Gray
Fernand Mondego, a Catalan fisherman:
Jack Allen
Pere Pamphile, an innkeeper:
Cecil Calvert

Leader, David Wise
Conductor, Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins comes from Hastings, where he began his orchestral experience as a viola player in the Municipal Orchestra. During the war Mr. Collins was in Salonika with Gustav Hoist, under whom he afterwards studied composition at the Royal College of Music. For some time he was principal viola of the London Symphony Orchestra, a post which he has now forsaken in order to devote himself to conducting. To this end he formed the London Mozart Orchestra, which consists of most of the principals and best players of the London Symphony Orchestra. Although this orchestra specialises in the lesser-known works of Mozart, at the same time it adds variety to its programmes by including interesting and appropriate works by other distinguished composers of, or around, the period.

Contributors

Leader:
David Wise
Conductor:
Anthony Collins

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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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