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'THESE YOU HAVE LOVED'—1

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Doris Arnold brings you the first of a new series of her programmes of gramophone records, featuring ' classic ' songs and melodies that you know and love
With the exception of one or ;v;o broadcasts in ' Ack-Ack, Beer-Beer ', it is over a year since Doris Arnold has broadcast ' These You Have Loved '. Long before the war, this series had established itself as one of the most popular in the whole of broadcasting, and every week Doris would be deluged .with letters of request from all over the country.
Now, she brings this lovable series back to the microphone again, though for its new run ' These You Have Loved ' will not be a request programme. Doris feels, and her listeners will probably agree, that she can be trusted to compile the sort of programme that everybody likes. As before, her choice will cover old favourites of every kind, from dance music to opera, from symphony to swing, from straight song to violin solo.

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'THESE YOU HAVE LOVED'—1

Forces Programme, 29 July 1941 17.00






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