Tunes and Stories by RONALD BIGGS
5.15 From Regional :
A ' Safety First' Programme
' Fools Rush In'
A modem cautionary tale by W. E. DAVIS and DEREK MCCULLOCH , followed at 5.35 by a short talk by The Rt. Hon. LESLIE HORE-BEHSHA , the Minister of Transport
5.45 ' Jack the Hammer '
A Cornish Legend retold by DOROTHY HOWARD ROWLANDS
' The Vale of Dee'
J. C. Griffith-Jones
D. L. Jones
This is the first of a series of talks and conversations in which we shall follow George Borrow's famous itinerary. Certain localities will be selected for fresh scrutiny, and comparisons and contrasts will arise very easily as the modern traveller moves from place to place.
Conductor, Bertram Lightbown
Muriel Kemp (pianoforte) from the Regent Theatre, Truro
MALE VOICE CHOIR There rolls the deep - Nicode
After many a dusty mile - Elgar
It's oh! to be a wild wind - Elgar
Yea, cast me from heights of the mountains - Elgar
MURIEL KEMP Prelude in G minor (Suite No. 3) - Bach
Sonata in C - Scarlatti
Witches' Dance - MacDowell
LADIES' CHOIR Music, spread thy voice around - Handel
In the Highlands - Butterworth
As Fair as Morn - Wilbye
Love learns by laughing - Morley
Trees - Rasbach, arr. Victor Harris
Sound Sleep - Vaughan Williams
MURIEL KEMP Study in A flat, Op. 25 - Chopin
Study in D flat - Liszt
MALE VOICE CHOIR Loch Leven Love Lament - arr. Roberton
Her eyes the glow-worm lend thee - Bairstow
The Fanaid Grove - arr. Hughes
Eight Bells - Rootham
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