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EVELYN DOVE

in a programme of Negro songs, accompanied by the Casino Orchestra, conducted by Rae Jenkins
Forces Programme

EVELYN DOVE

in a programme of Negro plantation songs and spirituals. Accompanied by the BBC Midland Light Orchestra, conducted by Kneale Kelley. Presented by Basil Douglas
Forces Programme

EVELYN DOVE

in a programme of Negro songs, acompanied by the Casino Orchestra : conductor, Rae Jenkins
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Loved One

Evelyn Waugh 's satire on the American way of death, adapted in three parts.
1: Hollywood, 1947.
Failed poet/screenwriter Dennis Barlow has disgraced the English community by taking a job in a pets' cemetery.
Adapted by Bill Matthews
Producer Lissa Evans. Stereo
BBC Home Service Basic

'SERENADE IN SEPIA'

Sweet music in the Negro style, sung by Evelyn Connor ,Dove Connor and Edric Connor . Orchestra conducted by Eugene Pini. Produced 'by Eric Fawcett
BBC Radio 3

Music Restored

George Pratt introduces the last of seven programmes from this year's York Early Music Festival.
Consort of Musicke, director Anthony Rooley (lute): Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb (sopranos), Mary Nichols (alto), Joseph Cornwell and Andrew King (tenors), Simon Grant (bass)
Francesco Orso 11 Cantar Novo
Luca Marenzio 0 Fere Stelle
Luzzasco Luzzaschi Itene Mie Querele Gesualdo Itene 0 Miel Sospiri Pomponio Menna Merce Grido Piangendo
Francesco Genuino Se la Doglia e'l Martire
Scipione Lacorcia Ahi Tu Piangi
Sigismondo d'lndia Langue al Vostro Languir : Che Farai, Meliseo?; Dove Potro
Repeated from yesterday at 10.00pm
THE THIRD AT 50
BBC Home Service Basic

CHILDREN'S HOUR

JUNIOR TIME
A programme for the flyes to eights Come Along and Join Our Song with Phyllis Kinney and Maimie Noel Jones
' The Monkey and the Dove' A story by Antonia Ridge told by Sheila Huw Jones
Introduced by Evelyn Williams
5.15 FAMOUS IN FACT
OK FICTION
Geoffrey Dearmer gives the results of the competition he set on January 19
5.30 JUNIOR PROM
Concerts for young people
BBC Welsh Orchestra Leader, Philip Whiteway
Conductor, Rae Jenkins
From Howells School, Cardiff
Items requested by the children
Compere and interviewer Rae Jenkins
Production by Evelyn Williams
BBC Radio 3

Chamber Music from Manchester

live from Studio 7.
Emma Kirkby and Evelyn Tubb (sopranos) Anthony Rooley (lute)
Monteverdi 0 come sei gentile
Luzzaschi Cor mio , deh non languire
Frescobaldi Deh, vien da me pastorella
Monteverdi Lamento d'Olimpia
Notari Intenerite voi Piangono al pianger Girate occhi
Francesco Costa II pianto d'Arianna
Sigismondo d'lndia
Dove potro; Alia guerra d'amore
2LO London

Variety.

THE SOUTHERN TRIO
(EVELYN DOVE-JOHN PAYNE-C.C.
ROSEMOND) in NEGRO MELODIES.
Directed by F. LATTIMORE.
TONI FARRELL (Syncopated Pianist) in some of her latest compositions.
MABEL CONSTANDUROS (Entertainer) in Original Impressions.
RONALD GOURLEY
(Entertainer and Siffleur) in Appropriate Humour at the Piano.
2LO London

" Way Down South."

THE SOUTHERN TRIO :
EVELYN DOVE; JOHN PAYNE ;
C. C. ROSEMOND.
In
Negro Melodies.
Directed by F. LATTIMORE.
SCOVELL and WHELDON in Negro Spirituals and Syncopated Songs.
KEKUKU
(In Hawaiian Steel Guitar Solos).
Accompanied on the Banjulele Banjo by DANGLADA.
2LO London

THE SOUTHERN TRIO

in " Negro Melodies." EVELYN DOVE.
JOHN PAYNE.
C. C. ROSEMOND. Under the direction of F. LATTIMORE.
BBC Home Service Basic

'HONOLULU BEACH'

A comedy with music in a Hawaiian setting
Dialogue by Joe Hayman. Lyrics and music by Peter Bernard
Episode 1—'At the Honolulu Tavern '
Cast
The Dance Orchestra, conducted by Billy Tement
'Production by Roy Speer
BBC Home Service Basic

' MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 4
Cast
BBC Revue Chorus and Fred Hartley and his Sextet
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
BBC Home Service Basic

'MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 5
Cast
BBC Chorus and BBC Revue Orchestra, under the direction of Hyam Greenbaum
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
BBC Home Service Basic

'MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 6
Cast
BBC Chorus and BBC Revue Orchestra, under the direction of Hyam Greenbaum *
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
Forces Programme

' MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 3
BBC Revue Chorus and Fred Hartley and his Sextet
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
BBC Home Service Basic

'MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 2, Gathering storms
Cast
BBC Revue Chorus and Fred Hartley and his Sextet
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
Here is the second instalment of a serial by the collaborators of ' Hocus-Pocus ' and ' Hey, Listen '. The scene is Georgia, period over a hundred years ago. The owner of the cotton plantation prefers drinking his mint julep on the verandah to supervising the work. What an opportunity for his overseer to play the villain!
There is a handsome young English-man about the place, and he and the plantation owner's daughter provide the love interest.
BBC Home Service Basic

'MINT JULEP'

A serial story of the old South by James Dyrenforth
Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith with interpolated spirituals
Episode 3
BBC Revue Chorus and Fred Hartley and his Sextet
Produced by Eric Fawcett and James Dyrenforth
Light Programme

' THE DANSANT

From Sandacres Hotel, Bournemouth. Evelyn Dove, Eric Christmas , and Sim Grossman and his Music, with Gloria Kane and Cyril Stewart. Produced and presented by Hamilton Kennedy
BBC Television

Music Makers

Edric Connor (Singer of Negro Songs) with Monia Liter at the piano.

In February, 1944, a tall good-looking West Indian came to England from his native Trinidad to study structural engineering. His name was Edric Connor. In his luggage were notes on West Indian folk music which he had been studying and collecting for about ten years.
He had already broadcast from Trinidad and carried letters of introduction to the BBC. A fortnight after his arrival he sang two songs in a programme for West Indian listeners and two days later he broadcast a talk on Negro spirituals in the BBC's African Service.
His radio personality and appealing voice made a deep impression, and from then onwards he appeared regularly in BBC programmes. In 1945 he and Evelyn Dove gave a popular series of programmes of sweet music in the Negro style, under the title of Serenade in Sepia.
He was twenty-three before he discovered that he could sing. He comes from a musical family: his three sisters are all experienced singers.






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