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arranged bv
THE PEOPLE'S SOCIETY.
Part 1.
1. Introduction.
VALENTINE ORDE and JOAN SINGLETON.
2. SONATA in A Major, Op 69, 3. Songs by the Audience. " Charlie is My Darling." and "Early One Morning." Part 2.
1. Introduction. PIANOFORTE SOLOS.JOAN SINGLETON.(c and d) Two pieces from " Songs Without Words " Op. 38 No. 2, and " Spinning Song," Op. 67, No. 4.

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Singleton.

: DORIS HART

(Songs at the Piano).
NELLIE O'LIST (Flute).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

The
Band of St. Mary, Islington, Guardians' School. Uncle Peter and Auntie Geraldine Prepare the Children's Corner Programme.

: Dance Music

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA.
From the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEws BULLETIN.

Mr. G. A. ATKINSON : "Seen on the Screen."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. A. Atkinson

: Rachmaninov.

Twenty-four Preludes (Op. 2).
Interpreted by STEPHEN WEARING
(Solo Pianoforte).
Session 5.
Preludes, F Minor (Op. 32, No. 2).
C Flat Major (Op. 23,
No. 10).
G Minor (Op. 23, No. 5).

: Mr. BLAKE

" How to Look
After Your House."

: A VILLAGE CONCERT

with VIVIAN FOSTER The Vicar of Mirth") in the Chair.

Contributors

Unknown: Vivian Foster

: " HENRY VIII."

Act III., Scene 2.
(The Cardinals' Scene.)
Relayed from the Empire Theatre, Leicester Square. Scene: In Queen Katharine's
Apartments.
Cast :
(In the order of their appearance).
Music by JOHN FOULDS.

Contributors

Music By: John Foulds.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Air Ministry Talk: " The Royal
Air Force Apprentice Scheme."
Local News.

: . DANCE MUSIC.

TED BROWN 'S
CAFE DE PARIS DANCE BAND and the LEDOR TANGO BAND. From the Cafe de Paris.

Contributors

Unknown: Ted Brown








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