Ray Noble and his Orchestra, with Al Bowlly : But definitely (Poor Little Rich Girl) (Gordon, Revel)
Jessie Matthews : Tony's in Town
(It's Love Again) (Woods)
Elizabeth Welch and Paul Robeson :
Sleepy River (Song of Freedom) (Eric Ansell )
Grace Moore : Stars in my eyes
(The King Steps Out) (Kreisler, Fields)
2.5 Speech Training
'Explosive Sounds and Nasal Sounds'
ANNE H. MCALLISTER
2.30 Concerts for Schools-
Weber—a new note in opera '
3.10 Nature Study
' The Winter Sleepers '
JAMES RITCHIE , D.Sc.
3.35 Talk for Sixth Forms
' Foreign Affairs'
(With the Old Folk)
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