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: MORNING CONCERT

MISS
PHYLLIS KITCHENER , Soprano.

Contributors

Soprano: Phyllis Kitchener

: WOMEN'S HOUR

-A Poultry Talk by "CHANTICLEER" A Fashion Talk by MISS NORA SHANDON.

Contributors

Talk By: Miss Nora Shandon.

: CHILDREN'S STORIES

Auntie Sophie, " In My Nature Country (Grieg); "Will o' the Wisp " (Macdowell); " A Hollow Hut," by A. KIRKHAM HAMILTON. Children's News.

Contributors

Unknown: A. Kirkham Hamilton.

: FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN BROADCAST TO ALL STATIONS

followed by London News and Weather Report.

: ORCHESTRA

MR. KEIGHLEY
DUNN, Tenor: " I sent you a song " (Sander-son); "Absent" (Metcalf). DANCE MUSIC: "Sunset Land," Foxtrot; "Carolina in the Morning," Foxtrot; "La-la-la," Onestep; "Mirror," Valse ; " Teach Me,' Foxtrot; " Away Down East In Maine," Foxtrot. MR. TOM MORTON AND MISS MAGGIE BOWMAN , Entertainers. ORCHESTRAL: Selection, " Mignon (Thomas); Barcarolle, "Tales of Hoffman" (Offenbach). MR. KEIGHLEY DUNN, Tenor: " The Last Watcli (Pinsu'i) ; "Thora" (Adams).

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Maggie Bowman

: Motoring

By Captain Richard Twelvetrees.

: SECOND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

BROADCAST TO ALL
STATIONS followed by London News and Weather Report. DANCE MUSIC: "Fate," Foxtrot; " Tell Me When Were YOU Born," Foxtrot; "Voice In My Heart," Valse. MR. TOM MORTON AND
MISS MAGGIE BOWMAN , Entertainers. DANCE MUSIC : "Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen," Onestep ; "Where the Bamboo Babies Grow," Fox trot; " You Tell Her-I Stutter," Foxtrot.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Tom Morton
Unknown: Miss Maggie Bowman

: CLOSE DOWN.

ANNOUNCER: G. C. BEADLE.

Contributors

Announcer: G. C. Beadle.








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