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: BLACKBURN ROVERS v. HUDDERSFIELD

A Running Commentary
On the FINAL TIE for the F.A. Cup by Mr. GEORGE F. ALLISON relayed from Wembley
Before the .Match starts there will be Community Singing, conducted by T. P. RATCLIFF -, under the auspices of the Daily Express
A special article and plan of the ground will be found on page 55 of this issue.

: A BALLAD CONCERT

THE HARMONY EIGHT
ENID BAILEY (Violin)

HARMONY EIGHT Kentucky Babe - Gcibcl
Mammy Loo - Carlwright
Mammy's Lil Honey - Tracy
4.54 ENID BAILEY I'm the boy for bewitching them (Irish Folk Song) - arr. Alexander
La Precieuse - Couperin, arr. Kreislcr
Sehon Rosmarin (Lovely Rosemary) - Kreisler
Mazurka - Mlynarski
5.6 HARMONY EIGHT A Franklyn's Dogge - Alex. Mackenzie
Doan ye cry - Noll
Dr. Foster (after Handel) - Herbert Hughes

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

' My Programme,' by HELEN ALSTON

: ORGAN RECITAL

By REGINALD FOORT From the Palladium

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

LISZT'S PIANOFORTE WORKS
Played by BEATRICE SNELL Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 12

: Sports Talk: Mr. GORDON LowE —‘ Prospects for the Tennis Season '

THE lawn tennis season is now unfolding all its petals, and tennis is about to become once again not merely the luxury of those fortunate enthusiasts who, on the R;viera or on covered courts, can play all the year round, but the daily recreation of great masses of the people. At this season, therefore, when new rackets are being bought and old ones taken out, varnished, and restrung; when strokes are being practised before bedroom mirrors ; when groundsmen are putting the finishing touches on their courts; the great majority of listeners will particularly welcome this talk by an old Davis Cup player who is now one of our leading expounders of the game.

: OLD FOLKS PROGRAMME

THE CASANO OCTET
CAROLINE HATCHARD (Soprano)
CHARLES KNOWLES (Baritone) 9.0 WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: Mr. A. B. B. VALENTINE : 'Holidays in Britain—I, Over the Cotswold Hills'

A SERIES of talks on Tuesday afternoons, which began recently, is giving prospective holiday-makers who want to go abroad much useful information about different Continental resorts ; but many people prefer to see their own country first, and they are to be catered for in Mr. Valentine's series, of which tonight's talk is the first. Ho will deal not with the most popular districts and towns, information about which is easily obtained, but with such beautiful but comparatively little-known regions as the Wyo Valley and the Welsh Marches, the North Riding of Yorkshire, and the country that lies between the Eden and the Lune.

: 'THIS FREEHOLD!'

(A Suburban Survey)
Planned and Plotted by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Song, Sketches and Seenas including:
' The Farmer'
' Restless Nights'
'Those Telephones'
' A Vegetarian Tete-a-Tete '
' Our Allotment'
' The Wee Freeholders'
This meeting has been convened by the following
' occupier-owners ’ :
JOHN ARMSTRONG
LILIAN HARRISON
JEAN ALLISTONE
PHILIP WADE and Tommy HANDLEY
Power and light by the WIRELESS REVUE
CHORUS, and the B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE

: DANCE MUSIC

: SAVOY On-
PHEANS, FRED ELIZALDE and his Music, and the SAVOY TANGO BAND, from the Savoy Hotel








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