5.0 From Midland :
For the Younger Listeners
DOROTHY SUMMERS will read the last of the ' Uncle Remus ' stories by JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
Today's concern Mr. Rabbit, Mr.
Bear, and Mr. Bull-Frog
5.15 A Short programme of verse and music
5.30 The London Zoo
DAVID SETH-SMITH will tour certain parts of the Zoo with MAC, and what they see and hear will be broadcast to you
Songs sung by Elsie Suddaby (soprano)
Three Aspects A Fairy Town
The Witches' Wood Whether I Live
Lay a garland on my hearse A Welsh Lullaby There
Where shall the lover rest? When lovers meet again
Further programmes in this series will be broadcast as follows: Tuesday (National, 7.5), Wednesday
(Regional, 7.30), Thursday (National,
6.40), and Saturday (National,
Extracts from the 1937 May Week
Production of the Cambridge
University Footlights Dramatic Club
Produced by Donald Beves and presented by Bryan Michie with Albert Robinson
The Footlights Dance Orchestra and Well-Known Past Members of the Club
The Story of Wimbledon by Captain H. B. T. Wakelam and L. A. Godfree
On the opening day of the All-England Lawn Tennis Championships, this programme traces its history and recalls some of the famous players and exciting matches of past
Captain H. B. T.
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