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Arnold Bax
Nunc dimittis in G
Te Deum in G sung by the choir of New College, Oxford: organist. Dr. H. K. Andrews
Second of six programmes of music written, at the request of the Church. by contemporary composers


Organist: Dr. H. K. Andrews


Sewell Stokes recalls some youthful impressions of the cinema's early days
In this talk examples taken from the present revival of great American films are used to prove a theory that most of them remain superior to anything Hollywood has managed to produce since the introduction of talkies


Unknown: Sewell Stokes


Dylan Thomas recalls many experiences of a holiday by the sea in his childhood days.


Aeolian String Quartet:
Max Salpeter (violin), Colin Sauer
(violin), Watson Forbes (viola), John Moore (cello)
Lesley Duff (soprano)


Violin: Max Salpeter
Violin: Colin Sauer
Violin: Watson Forbes
Cello: John Moore
Soprano: Lesley Duff


Songs and Piano Music
Emelie Hooke (soprano)
Adelina de Lara (piano)
Widmung Mondnach
Erstes Griin
Mein schoner Stern Schneeglockchen Die Lotosblume
Davldsbiindler, Op. 6


Soprano: Emelie Hooke
Piano: Adelina de Lara
Unknown: Widmung Mondnach
Unknown: Erstes Griin
Unknown: Mein Schoner Stern


A short story by H. E. Bates , read by Cecil Trouncer


Story By: H. E. Bates
Read By: Cecil Trouncer

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