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: "A WINTER'S TALE

"
(William Shakespeare. )
Act, IV., Scene 3.
Before a Shepherd's Cottage.
Shepherds and Shepherdesses.
Autolycus' Song at the end of the Scene will be sung by ARCHIBALD WINTER.

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare.
Sung By: Archibald Winter.

: The Rev. H. MARTYN ROGERS

" One Thousand Miles from Civilization- The Island of Tristan da Cunha." S.B. to all Stations.

: Hymn

"Guide Me, 0 Thou Great Redeemer " (A. and M., No. 196).
Bible Reading.
Anthem, " Abide With Me " Ivor Atkins Address by the Rev. INNES LOGAN,
M.A., St. Columba's Church, Cambridge.
Hymn, "0 Jesu I Have Promised" (A. and M., No. 271).
S.B. to other Stations.
THE LONDON CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA :
(Leader, SAMUEL KUTCHER. )
Conducted bv ANTHONY BERNARD. MARCELLE MEYER (Solo Pianoforte).

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Atkins
Leader: Samuel Kutcher.
Unknown: Anthony Bernard.
Unknown: Marcelle Meyer

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Old English Music.

: Suite from " Pulcinella "

Pergolesi-Stravinsky Sinfonia ; Serenata ; Scherzino-Allegro-
Andantino; Tarantella; Toccata; Gavotta con 2 Variazioni; Vivo; Menuetto; Finale.

Contributors

Unknown: Pergolesi-Stravinsky Sinfonia

: WEATHER FORECAST and GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. tu all
Stations. Local News.








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