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Regional Variations (7)

I VENETIA'S WEDDING

Regional Programme London

'VENETIA'S WEDDING'

Regional Programme Northern

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Scotland

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

'VENETIA'S WEDDING'

Regional Programme Wales

Plantation Songs

Regional Programme Midland

Madge Thomas (contralto)
H. Austin Dewdney (pianoforte)
T. Dickens Alexander (baritone)
Madge Thomas has specialised in modern songs. particularly with string accompaniment. Her work for the chamber concerts given in Bristol and the West of England is well known.
T. Dickens Alexander is a Bristolian. He studied in Bristol during the early part of his career, and then went to the Royal Carl Rosa School of Opera in London. He has sung in London and provincial concerts, opera, and musical comedy. and has broadcast on many occasions. This is his first engagement for a considerable time ; he temporarily gave up singing owing to ill-health.
H. Austin Dewdney is organist of Punshon Memorial Church, Bournemouth. He has played with the Bournemouth Municipal Orchestra under both Sir Dan Godfrey and Richard Austin, and he has also played with the Bath and Torquay Orchestras.

Contributors

Contralto:
Madge Thomas
Pianoforte:
H. Austin Dewdney
Baritone:
T. Dickens Alexander
Unknown:
Madge Thomas
Unknown:
T. Dickens Alexander
Unknown:
Carl Rosa
Unknown:
Sir Dan Godfrey

Regional Variations (2)

FOR YOUNG FARMERS

Regional Programme Midland

' Specialised Farming'
F. R. Home and Henry Eva
F. R. Home is Head of the Biological Department of Seale-Hayne Agricultural College. He has made a special study of the cultivation of broccoli. It is largely this that he will discuss with a young farmer from that part of Cornwall where this industry has become so important.

Contributors

Unknown:
Henry Eva
Unknown:
F. R. Home

Regional Variations (7)

THE IRISH LEAGUE AT HOME

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

'ADAR ALUN'

Regional Programme Wales

'OVER THE FELLS'

Regional Programme Midland

OVER THE FELLS'

Regional Programme London

GOVAN GAELIC CHOIR

Regional Programme Scotland

OVER THE FELLS'

Regional Programme Northern

by Thomas Hardy , read by V. C.
Clinton-Baddeley
4—' Christmas Day '

Contributors

Unknown:
Thomas Hardy

Regional Variations (3)

THE REID SYMPHONY CONCERTS

Regional Programme Scotland

COLLEGE CONCERT

Regional Programme Wales

' The Explorer-
Captain Thomas James '
C. M. Maclnnes
Financed by the Merchant Venturers of Bristol, Captain James set out in May, 1631, in search of the North-West passage. James and his crew were the first Englishmen ever to winter successfully in the Far North.
C. M. Maclnnes is Reader in Imperial History in the University of Bristol. He recently broadcast a talk to the Empire on the Charter Day of the Bristol Merchant Venturers.

Contributors

Unknown:
Captain Thomas James
Unknown:
C. M. MacLnnes
Unknown:
M. MacLnnes

Regional Variations (5)

' IN PRAISE OF COMMON FOOD'

Regional Programme Northern

SANDY MACPHERSON

Regional Programme Midland

SANDY MACPHERSON

Regional Programme London

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Scotland

The Futurists Swing Quartet:
Ronnie Austin (violin) Percy Pegg (accordion)
Ralph Smith (bass)
Jack Colin (guitar) and Compton Evans and Ray Monelle in original songs at the piano

Contributors

Accordion:
Percy Pegg
Bass:
Ralph Smith
Guitar:
Jack Colin
Guitar:
Compton Evans
Guitar:
Ray Monelle

Regional Programme Western

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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