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: A CONCERT

ANNIE R. HUGHES (Contralto)
GWILYM WIGLEY {Tenor)
MORVEN CAVENDISH BENTINCK (Pianoforte)

: Evensong

From WESTMINSTER ABBEY

: Miss E. Cheeseman: What are Instincts?

This afternoon's talk is to refer more particularly to insect life. Miss Cheeseman was formerly Curator of Insects at the Zoological Gardens, and she also accompanied a scientific expedition which fairly recently visited the Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean for the purpose of studying their fauna. She will illustrate her talk with many examples of the working of instincts in bees, butterflies, and other insects.

Contributors

Speaker: Miss E. Cheeseman

: AN ORGAN RECITAL By EDWARD O'HENRY

Frdm Madame Tussaud 's Cinema

: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR :

' Going to the Dogs '
' The Pekinese,' ' Towser,' And other ' doggy ' songs by GWEN KNIGHT
'Little Lady Lassie ’—the story of a sheep dog
(Brenda Girein )
' Sir Toby ' (Christopher's Dog)—a short play by EDITH REYNOLDS

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

Piano Duets BY DVORAK
Played by ISABEL GRAY and CLAUDE POLLARD
Slavonic Dances , Op. 72
E Minor
B Flat Major
Legends, Op. 59
G Major G Minor

: A Sing-Song

relayed from
The Duke of York's Camp
New Romney
A Short Talk by Mr. ROBERT R. Hyde
Director of the Industrial Welfare Society

: The following songs will be sung :

The Harp that once
Loch Lomond
Hen Wlad (Land of our Fathers)
Fire down below Hullabaloo balay
Here's a Health unto His Majesty
The Farmer's Boy

: CHARLOT'S HOUR

A Light Entertainment
Specially devised and arranged by the well-known theatrical director
ANDRE CHARLOT








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