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V. Sackville-West
The second of a series of four talks describing some of the famous West
Country gardens that V. Sackville-
West visited on a recent tour. The majority of the gardens which she will mention in this and subsequent talks are open to the public from time to time during the summer.
(West of England)

Forbes Randolph 's Kentucky
Jubilee Choir: I'm gonna shout all over God's Heab'n (Balcom)
Marian Anderson (contralto):
City called Heaven (Johnson). Oh! wasn't dat a wide, wide ribber (arr. Burleigh)
Forbes Randolph 's Kentucky
Jubilee Choir: Deep River (arr. Burleigh)

Contributors

Unknown:
Forbes Randolph
Contralto:
Marian Anderson
Unknown:
Forbes Randolph

Josef Viani, the gifted cellist, formed his sextet last year and they won fame on the air with their first broadcast in October. He was a child prodigy and played at celebrity concerts with Bratza, Norman Allin, and Chavchavadze. A scholar of the Royal Academy of Music, he won several prizes, has played at Queen's Hall with Sir Henry Wood, and has given many recitals. The pianist of the sextet is also a former scholar of the R.A.M. and is a pupil of Backhaus. The sextet is broadcasting again on August 7 and on August 22.

Presented by Leslie Baily and Charles Brewer
In this programme, a revival of the original production in May, 1934, the following will be heard in person:-
The Countess of Oxford and Asquith
' The Fourth of August'
Admiral Sir William Goodenough
' British Naval Visit to Kiel'
Miss Gwendoline Brogden
'The Passing Show of 1914' Mr. Roland Herbert
' Ambulance Work, Dunkirk '
Mr. Charles Brewer
' The Christmas Truce '
Mr. Harry Tate and his Company
' Fortifying the Home ' and from records, the voices of: Dame Nellie Melba
Field-Marshal Lord Roberts
Mr. Basil Hallam
The Cast also includes
Patric Curwen , Edwin Ellis , Horace Percival , Nelson Jackson , Vivienne Chatterton , Bryan Powley , Ivan Samson , Dorothy Holmes-Gore ,
Carleton Hobbs
The BBC Male Chorus and the Augmented BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Louis Levy

Contributors

Presented By:
Leslie Baily
Presented By:
Charles Brewer
Unknown:
Sir William Goodenough
Unknown:
Miss Gwendoline Brogden
Unknown:
Mr. Roland Herbert
Unknown:
Mr. Charles Brewer
Unknown:
Mr. Harry Tate
Unknown:
Dame Nellie Melba
Unknown:
Field-Marshal Lord Roberts
Unknown:
Mr. Basil Hallam
Unknown:
Patric Curwen
Unknown:
Edwin Ellis
Unknown:
Horace Percival
Unknown:
Nelson Jackson
Unknown:
Vivienne Chatterton
Unknown:
Bryan Powley
Unknown:
Ivan Samson
Unknown:
Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Unknown:
Carleton Hobbs
Conducted By:
Louis Levy

Situated on the Roundabout
By-Pass
Unrestricted Fun in a Built-Up
Area
Under the direction of Fred Duprez
Devised by Leonard M. Barry
The Roadhouse Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Produced by Leonard M. Barry and John Sharman

Contributors

Unknown:
Fred Duprez
Unknown:
Leonard M. Barry
Conducted By:
Charles Shadwell
Produced By:
Leonard M. Barry
Produced By:
John Sharman

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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