A Light Orchestral Concert with CHARLES KULLMAN (tenor)
The Hastings Municipal Orchestra, conducted by Julius Harrison : Marching Song (Holst) ; Song of Adoration (Harrison)
The Hastings Municipal Orchestra, conducted by Basil Cameron ; Slavonic Rhapsody (Friedemann)
Charles Kullman : Come back to
Sorrento (De Curtis); The World is waiting for the sunrise (Seitz)
The New Light Symphony Orchestra : Selection, La Boheme (Puccini)
Charles Kullman : Vienna, City of my Dreams (Sieczynski); Song of Songs (Moya)
The Berlin State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Overture, Light Cavalry (Suppe)
A Hallowe'en Programme for Children of All Ages
THE STAR GAZER
Each of you has your favourite to
'whom you listen with unswerving loyalty, but probably the thing you like hearing best of all is the thing you like doing more than anything else-romping. And today you are to listen to a Hallowe'en romp.
Barbara has been covering her fingers with red ink planning it all, for the Children's Hour Staff are to have a party in the studio. You will hear their laughter whilst they try to bite apples out of a bowl of water, and you will hugely enjoy the forfeits they have to pay. But what the forfeits are is Barbara's secret.
Then the Star-Gazer is to tell their horoscopes. So you uill hear more about Mac and Elizabeth than you ever heard before. They both hope it won't be embarrassing.
A Series of Programmes written and arranged by M. WILLSON DISHER
9-THE OXFORD AND THE
THE REVUE CHORUS
THE B.B.C. THEATRE Orchestra
Conductor, STANFORD ROBINSON
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