From Musical Comedy
Dennis King (Baritone), with Raymond Newell, Jack Livesey, Robert Wollard and Muskeeteers and Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Herman Finck: March of the Musketeers (The Three Musketeers) (Friml, Grey, and Wodehouse). Evelyn Laye and Geoffrey Gwyther: Blue Byes (John and Kern). Leslie Henson and Male Quartet: Tell the Doc. (Funny Face) (Gershwin and Gershwin). Binnie Hale: Nippy (Eyton and Mayerl). Binnie Hale and Bobbie Howes: I'm a one-man girl (Mr. Cinders) (Ellin and Myers). Lea Seidl : Why did you kiss? (Frederica) (Pepper and Lehar). Elsie Randolph and Jack Buchanan: It's not you (Stand up and Sing) (Furber and Charig). Robert Naylor, with Chorus and Orchestra of the London Hippodrome: I'll tell the stars I love (The One Girl) (Clifford Grey and Melville Gideon)
A Recital by PETER DAWSON
Give mo tho rolling Sea (May) ; The Lute Player (Allitsen); The Kerry Dance (Molloy) (Accompanist, Gerald Monre ) ; Father O'Flynn (Stanford); The Cobbler's Song (Chu Chin Chow) (Norton); Will o' tho Wisp (Cherry); Boots (McCall) (Words by Rudyard Kipling ); On the Road to Mandalay (Words by Rudyard Kipling ) (Hedgecock)
A Light-hearted Pastiche of the Songs our Fathers Sang, brought back to your Memory by Max Kester (Compere) and The Fred Hartley Novelty Quintet, assisted by Cavan O'Connor
10.30 'After G. H. (George Herbert)' (Bernard Groom) and 'Quis Desiderio' (Arthur Goidel)
These are original and hitherto unpublished poems selected from the entries sent in by listeners for the B.B.C. Poetry Competition.
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