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: Bow Bells

on CHRISTMAS MORNING.
Followed by

: ORGAN MUSIC.

Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow.
Organist,
J. EDGAR HUMPHREYS. March Triumphale, "Now Thank
We All Our God."

Contributors

Organist: J. Edgar Humphreys.

: A CHRISTMAS DAYSERVICE

including
CAROLS.
Relayed from
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL.

: Special Children's Hour

A Play, "The Christmas Carol"
(after Dickens).

: Dance Music

played by THE RADIO RADIANCE
ORCHESTRA:
Directed by STAXLEY HOLT.

Contributors

Directed By: Staxley Holt.

: " OLD CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS "

by E. LE BRETON MARTIN.

Contributors

Unknown: E. Le Breton Martin.

: DANCE MUSIC

(Continued).
HEARTH-HOME-HAPPI
NESS.
WYNNE AJELLO (Soprano).
DALE SMITH (Baritone).

: THE BAND.

Sea Shanties.
"Cheely Men."x
" Tom's Gone to Hilo."
'' Whiskey Johnnie."
" Billy Boy."
" Let the Bullgine Run." Soloist, DALE SMITH.

Contributors

Soloist: Dale Smith.

: "THE DIVER."

An experience by A. J. ALAN.
Chorus Songs.
(Soloist, DALE SMITH. )

Contributors

Unknown: A. J. Alan.
Soloist: Dale Smith.

: NEW PRINCE'S TORONTO ORCHESTRA and ALFREDO

and HIS BAND from the Now
I'rince's Restaurant.








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