11.0 SINGING TOGETHER, by Herbert Wiseman
11.20 SCIENCE AND GARDENING. ' TOUT Gardening Note-Book," by Alan Peacock
11.40 MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR JUNIORS : Ann Driver. 1-' The Beginning of Movement '
12.0 BIBLE TALKS FOR SIXTH FORMS : ' The Purpose of the Old Testament,' by the Rev. C. W. Dugmore
Rev. C. W.
1.40 FOR RURAL SCHOOLS (Scotland), by George Scott Moncrieff. ' How it's done : Coal for the Fire '
2.5 WORLD HISTORY FOR juniors. Great Stories from the Past : ' Homer's " Iliad " '. An introduction.
2.30 ORCHESTRAL CONCERT SERIES : Full Orchestra ' : talk by Frank Howes
2.50 BROADCAST FOR OLDER PUPILS : Chabrier's ' Espafia ' (gramophone records). Introduced by Herbert Murrill
The story of the cowboy : seventh of a series of gramophone programmes, written by Charles Chilton and introduced by Buck Douglas. with Lauderic Caton and Geoffrey Sissely. Verse extracts read by William Ashley
with Joe Linnane. Josie Day. Jim Jonson , Jean Woods. Charles Wilkms , Gwyndolyn Stewart , Harold Goldblatt , James Stewart , Jack O'Malley , Mary Johnston. George Beggs , Elsie Mc Cullough , The Colenso Quartet and David Curry 's Irish Rhythms Script by Harry O'Donovan. Produced by James Mageean and Francis Worsley.
Radio version of the famous operetta, played by the company now appearing in the production presented by Jack Hylton at His Majesty's Theatre
Music by Charles Cavillier. Lyrics by R. B. Smith. Book by H. B. Smith. English adaptation by H. C. Sargent. Additional numbers by Howard Carr. Stage production by Maxwell Wray. Radio production by Vernon Harris
Full Chorus and Orchestra conducted by Freddie Bretherton
The Hon Andre D'Aubigny:
Baroness de Villiers:
A sensational extravaganza by Caryl Brahms and S. J. Simon , with music somewhat deranged by,Roy Douglas and played by the BBC Revue Orchestra, conducted by Roy Douglas. Produced by Val Gielgud
Shelton (by Permission Of Jack Waller)
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