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: The British Empire Exhibition

Opening Ceremony of The British Empire Exhibition at Wembley.
11.30. Speech by His Majesty THE KING
preceded by His Royal Highness THE PRINCE OF WALES.
(S.B. to all Stations)

: Concert by the Wireless Trio. " The Story of the Stocking Factory

" by Helen Grieg Souter. " Across the Rockies by Train," by Agnes M. Miall.

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Grieg Souter.
Unknown: Agnes M. Miall.

: CHILDREN'S STORIES

Uncle Jeff's
Musical Talk with Music by the Orchestra.

: and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Station8.
ARCHIBALD HADDON (the B.B.C.
Dramatic Critic) : " News and Views of the Theatre." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News and Weather Forecast.

Contributors

Unknown: Archibald Haddon

: St. George For Merrie England.

S.B. to Cardiff and Bournemouth.
Prologue : " St. George's Day " (A. Corbett-Smith), spoken by CYRIL ESTCOURT .
THE SPIRIT OF THE EMPIRE AND
HER STORY.
Reflected in:- Music by THE BAND OF HIS MAJESTY'S ROYAL
AIR FORCE.
(By Permission of the Air Council).
(Director of Music : Flight Lieut. J. AMERS.)
"MR. EVERYMAN," in Stirring Episodes of Empire Building.
Scenes from Shakespeare.
Shakespearean Lyrics sung by NORMAN NOTLEY (Baritone).
" The Empire and The League of Nations," by Sir ARTHUR SALTER , K.C.B.
The Programme will be broken at 9.30. by the 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLE
TIN. S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Spoken By: Cyril Estcourt
Baritone: Norman Notley
Unknown: Sir Arthur Salter

: The Speech of H.M. THE KING

delivered on the occasion of the Opening of the British Empire Exhibition will be read in Esperanto. S.B. to all Stations.
Announcer : J. S. Dodgson.

Contributors

Announcer: J. S. Dodgson.








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