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: ORGAN RECITAL

by LEONARD H. WARNER
From St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate
4.0 JACK PAYNE and THE B.B.C. DANCE
ORCHESTRA
GRACE IVELL and VIVIEN WORTH (Songs and Duets at the I'iano)
5.0 How It
Strikes Me by Miss Sybil Thorndike
The third of a series of four lectures, relayed from the private theatre of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
TUSTastheBrst J two talkers in this series-Mr. Bernard Shaw and Sir Gerald du Maurier—had strong claims to the titles of our greatest living dramatist and actor-manager, Miss Sybil Thorndjko is regarded by many people as our greatest living tragic actress. The list of the parts in which she has scored successes is a long one, but she will probably bo remembered primarily for her performance in Shaw's Saint Joan.
5.45 THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:
(From Birmingham)
' Coltsfoot,' by D. Hanson. Songs by GEOFFREY DAMS
(Tonor). ' Moufflon the Boodle,' by Mildred Forster. HAROLD MILLS (Violin)
6.15 ; WEATHER FORE
CAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

Contributors

Unknown: Leonard H. Warner
Unknown: Jack Payne
Unknown: Miss Sybil Thorndike
Unknown: D. Hanson.
Songs By: Geoffrey Dams
Unknown: Mildred Forster.

: Light Music

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: Chamber Music

THE HUNGARIAN STRING QUARTET:
EMERICH WALDBAUER (Violin) ; TIVADAR ORSZAOH (Violin); JEAN DE TEMESVARY (Viola) ;
EUGENE DE KERPELY (Violoncello)

Contributors

Violin: Tivadar Orszaoh

: DANCE MUSIC

: THE PICCADILLY PLAYERS
, directed by AL STARITA , and THE PICCADILLY HOTEL DANCE BAND, directed by JAMES KELLEHER , from the Piccadilly Hotel

Contributors

Directed By: Al Starita
Directed By: James Kelleher








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