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Under the Direction of Sir WALFORD Davies
THE SYBIL EATON STRING QUARTET
SYBIL EATON (1st Violin); PIERRE TAS (2nd Violin) ; RAYMOND JEREMY (Viola); ALLEN
FORD (Violoncello)
CHRISTINE MCCLURE (Mezzo-Soprano)
4.30 FRANK WESTFIELD 'S ORCHESTRA
From the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham

Sonata in F - Brahms Allegro vivace; Adagio affettuoso; Allegro passionato ; Allegro molto
12.30 ORGAN RECITAL by LEONARD H. WARNER (From St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate) First Sonata - Borowski Allegro ma non troppo ; Andante ; Allegro con fuoco
Two Chorale Preludes - Parry St. Cross ; Croft's 136th
Scherzo - Harvey Grace

'Manners Maketh Man!' - the same would apply to dragons, according to 'The Polite Dragon' (R. de Rohan)
Some extracts from 'Our Own Book of Etiquette with a word or two on 'Politeness' (Turner) to say nothing of 'Charles Augustus Fortescue,' whose exemplary behaviour has been recorded by Hilaire Belloc and set to music by Liza Lehmann

6.0 Mr. W. Powell-Owen: The Small Poultry Keeper-III, Poultry Keeping as a National (and non-Nuisance) Asset'

6.15 Time Signal, Greenwich; Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin

6.30 Ministry of Agriculture Fortnightly Bulletin

2LO-calised by GORDON MCCONNEL
With the Assistance of ANONA
WINN HORACE PERCIVAL
PIERS OSBORNE
JOHN DERWENT
Pianos :
PATRICIA ROSSBOROUGH and Doris ARNOLD
The hiatus will be Compered by the Spirit of Burlesque, who has compiled a programme incorporating the following items :—
A Talk
Some Vaudeville Poetry Reading
A Turn from the Collodium
Radio Drama
A Cerebrumian National Programme
The Prize Surprise

2LO London

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