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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

By The Rev. CYRIL JACKSON
Succentor of Southwark Cathedral
Relayed from Southwark Cathedral

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL AIR FORCE

(By permission of the Air Council) Conducted by Flight-Lieu . J. AMERS
Relayed from Holland Park

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Piano
Solos by Cecil Dixon. Songs by Rex Palmer. 'Fine Feathers ! ' from ' Three Men in a Boat' (Jerome K. Jerome).. For Katie's Birthday ' (William Garrett)

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

MENDELSSOHN'S SONGS WITHOUT
WORDS
Played by HAROLD RUTLAND

: A PROGRAMME OF MUSIC by ALFRED REYNOLDS

OLIVE GROVES (Soprano); HAROLD KIMBERbEY (Baritone) and A CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
Conducted by THE COMPOSER
SOME of the most charming light music of today has first been produced at the Lyric
Theatre"; Hammersmith, of which Mr. Alfred Reynolds is the musical director. Ho has himself composed much of it, notably for Lionel and Clarissa and Riverside Nights', some of which will figure in tonight's programme. Two other interesting items are ' Shepherd's Delight,' the words of which are by the composer's sister (herself well known in the London Children's Hour), and ' She-Shanties,' in which Mr. Reynolds's music to the verses of Mr. A. P. Herbert will be broadcast for the first time.
'SHEPHERD'S DELIGHT'
A Pastorale
Words by EDITH REYNOLDS
Heartsease
The Mad Shepherd
HAROLD KIMBERLEY
Following after Jenny
OLIVE GROVES and HAROLD KIMBERLEY
By Cottage Gate (Duet)
ORCHESTRA
' The Doves' (Tho
Overture to " Riverside Nights ')
OLIVE GROVES and HAROLD KIMBERLEY in A SELECTION FROM ' 'SHE-SHANTTES'
Words by A. P. HERBERT
What's all this talk about Love ? I Like 'em fluffy Laughing
Ann Duet , She Loves me-she loves me not I go all girlish when I see the moon
Duet Finale, Goodnight, Ladies (From Riverside Nights)'

: Paymastet-Commander CORDON FRANKLIN, R.N., ' Thirteen years ago : the Battle of the Falkland Islands '

THE anniversary of the Battle of the Falklands occurs this week, and the film dealing with it has made its memory fresh. Commander Franklin, who is now editor of the Empire Record, and is the author of ' A Naval Digression,' was in H.M.S. Invincible on that memorable day.

: AMERICAN MUSICAL COMEDY

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
JOSEPHINE TRIX
RUSSELL JOHNS THE ORCHESTRA Selection from Lido Lady ' (Richard Rodgers)
JOSEPHINE TRIX and RUSSELL JOHNS Duet, ' Here in my arms '
Duet, ' A tiny flat near Soho Square '
ORCHESTRA
Selection from ' Sunny ' (Kern)
JOSEPHINE TRIX and RUSSELL JOHNS Duet, ' D'ye love me ? '
Duet, ' Who '
ORCHESTRA
Selection from ' Lady be Good ' (Gershwin)
JOSEPHINE TRIX and RUSSEIL JOHNS Duet, ' So am I ' RUSSELL JOHNS ' Oh lady, be Good '
ORCHESTRA
Selection from ' Tell me more * (Gershwin)
JOSEPHINE TRIX ' Why do I love you ?
' Baby '
ORCHESTRA Selection from ' No, No, Nanette' (Youmans)
Selection from ' Wildflower ' (Youmans and Stothart)
JOSEPHINE TRIX ' You never can blame a girl for dreaming '
RUSSELL JOHNS • Wildflower ' '
ORCHESTRA Selection from ' Queen High ' (Gensler and Hanley)
RUSSELL JOHNS ' Don't forget'
JOSEPHINE TRIX and RUSSELL JOHNS
Duet, ' Cross your- heart '
ORCHESTRA Selection from ' Sally' (Kern)
JOSEPHINE TRIX ' Look for the silver lining '
JOSEPHINE TRIX and RUSSELLussell JOHNS
Duet, ' Whip-poor-will '








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