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: Concert

Mona V. K. Benson
(Contralto).

Contributors

Contralto: Mona V. K. Benson

: WOMEN'S HOUR

" In and Out of the Shops." by "The Copy Cat." "Gardening Chat," by Mrs. Marion Cran.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Marion Cran.

: CHILDREN'S STORIES

Auntie
Sophie at the Piano. Games and Pastimes. Children's News.

: Interval.

: 1st GENERAL NEWS

BULLETIN. S.B. to all
Local News ami Weather Forecast.

: ALLAN BADDELEY

"The Day's
League Football."

: " PAGLIACCI

" relayed from the "Old
Vie " Theatre. S.B. In Newcastle.

: THE ROOSTERS' CONCERT PARTY.

S.B. to Newcastle.
1. The" Roosters " break their shell.
Concerted, " Never Say Die "-The " Roostera."
3. WILLIAM MACK (High Soprano) warbles.
4. Humorous Trio. " Over and Over and Over Again '-WILLIAM MACK, ARTHUR MACKNESS , PERCY MERR1 MAN.
5. Vocal Duet, "The Two Beggars " -
ARTHUR MACKNESS and SEPTIMUS HUNT.
6. Humorous Song, " Potted Geography "-
WILLIAM MACK.
7. Humorous Quartette, " Little Tommy " -
SEPTIMUS HUNT, WILLIAM MACK , ARTHUR MACKNESS , GEORGE WES
TERN. !
S. A Few Short Stories-PERCY MERR1-
MAN.
9. Song at the Piano, " The Bolshevist "-
GEORGE WESTERN.

Contributors

Unknown: William MacK
Unknown: Arthur MacKness
Unknown: Percy Merr1
Unknown: Arthur MacKness
Unknown: William MacK.
Unknown: William MacK
Unknown: Arthur MacKness

: A Bucolic Affair

introducing " Four Jolly
Roosters," by Mcrriman and Western, some Yoke! Yarns, and the Old West Country Song, " Widdicombe Fair "-The " Roosters."

: 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Local News and Weather Forecast.

: MR. W.

T. BASSETT-LOWKE , M.Inst.,
Loco.E., on "Models and Model Railways."

Contributors

Unknown: T. Bassett-Lowke

: THE SAVOY ORPHEANS AND SAVOY HAVANA BANDS

relayed from the Savoy
Hotel, London. S.B. to Birmingham and Newcastle.

: Close down.

Announcer : J. S. Dodgson.

Contributors

Announcer: J. S. Dodgson.








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