A Play for Younger Ones
'Hans in Luck,' by ENID HILL also Songs and Nursery Rhymes by SINCLAIR LOGAN
5.30 A Story for Older Ones
(By permission of Howard Wyndham and Bronson Albery) will read Part 2 of ' Young Men at the Manor ' by RUDYARD KIPLING
BENNETT AND WILLIAMS
Two Jovial Boys with their
(By permission of George Black )
PROFESSOR NIT-WIT a Lecturer on Archaeology
RUDY STARITA AND
HIS CUBAN TROUBADOURS
SENATOR MURPHY in Topical Events
THE CARLYLE COUSINS in syncopated songs
THE BBC VARIETY
ORCHESTRA, conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL '
John McCormack (tenor): Caro amore. Where'er you walk (Semele) (Handel)
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano):
L'amero, saro costante (II re pastore) (The Shepherd King) (Mozart). Was i' hab (Bavarian Folk Song) (Bohm). Nightingale Song (Zeller)
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