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Regional Variations (2)

' The Song of Tiadatha'

Regional Programme Midland

(From Midland
Regional)
Excerpts from an Epic of an Inter-Tribal
Squabble by OWEN RUTTER
Declaimed by GORDON BAILEY
Supported by THE MIDLAND STUDIO
MALE VOICE CHORUS and THE BIRMINGHAM
MILITARY BAND
Conducted by W. A. CLARKE
Adapted and Produced by CHARLES BREWER
' It's the tale of Tiadatlia
In the days of mud and sand-bags,
In the days of plum and apple,
They had naught hut plum and apple
When the Quarter served the rations
(Sergeants only had the Raspberry) '

Contributors

Unknown:
Owen Rutter
Unknown:
Gordon Bailey
Conducted By:
W. A. Clarke
Produced By:
Charles Brewer

Regional Variations (2)

An Interlude

Regional Programme Midland

Marian Carew (Soprano)
The Victor Olof Sextet
Three Dances (Tom Jones)
Bourree and Gigue (Much Ado about Nothing)

Marian Carew
Waltz Song (Torn Jones)
Love's Barcarolle Birds on Wing

Sextet
Gipsy Suite

Marian Carew
Waltz Song (Merrie England)
Bird of Blue
In Summer Time

Sextet
The Masque (As You Like It)
Selection, The Rival Poets

Contributors

Soprano:
Marian Carew
Musicians:
The Victor Olof Sextet

Regional Variations (2)

THE DUDS' CONCERT PARTY

Regional Programme Midland

MARK RAPHAEL (Baritone)
THE LONDON WIND QUINTET
ROBERT MURCHIE (Flute) : LEON GoosSENS (Oboe) ; HAYDN DRAPER (Clarinet) ; FRED WOOD (Bassoon); EDMUND CHAP-
MAN (Horn)
VICTOR HELY-
HUTCHINSON .(Pianoforte) LEON GOOSSENS, HAYDN DRAPER,
FRED WOOD, EDMUND CHAPMAN and VICTOR HELY-
HUTCHINSON

Contributors

Oboe:
Haydn Draper

Regional Programme London

About Regional Programme

Regional 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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