For the Younger Listener
Another 'Uncle Remus' story told by Dorothy Summers
'How Mr. Rabbit succeeded in raising a dust'
Songs by Ethel Williams
5.15 The Fiddler and the Little Fellows' a story by Kathleen Killip told by John Bentley
Jane Minton and Robert Austin (two pianofortes)
5.45 From Regional:
The Zoo Man will bring you the latest news from the Zoo
Frances Fox (soprano)
Dorothy Byrt (contralto)
Burton Harper (baritone)
The Birds of Bethlehem A Song of Innocence The Daisies Infant Joy
When Childher plays
The Lowlands of Holland Song of the Road The Farewell
I love the jocund dance
Softly along the Road In the Highlands
Orpheus with his Lute Sweet Content
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