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S.B. to London.
"How little do the landsmen know
What we poor sailors feel,
When waves do mount and winds do blow,
But we have hearts of steel".
The Captain, Officers, and Ship's Company of the B.B.C.S. Cardiff, present their respectful duty and have the pleasure to announce that, with the help of visitors aboard, they will give a "sing song" on deck.
The programme will be of the Sea, of Ships, and of Sailors; items grave and gay, pathetic and humorous; yarns of the Sea Services in peace and war; songs of the Sailormen in love and on duty; sea chanties and choruses.
The B.B.C.S. London, with friends aboard, will warp alongside for the concert. Corn-radios will join in giving the Officers, Ship's Company and their friends the heartiest of welcomes.
At Three Bells in the Second Dog Watch (7.35 p.m.) the Skipper will hail Comradios and Guests, and all hands will be piped on deck. At Three Bells in the First Watch (9.30 p.m.) the Skipper will say "good night" and the London will carry on. Visitors aboard the Cardiff will be: Glanville Davies, Archie Gay and The Bristol Glee Singers.

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Singer:
Glanville Davies
Tenor:
Archie Gay
Singers:
The Bristol Glee Singers

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