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: Books To Read

by Ann Spice.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Bells, Bells, Bells ! " A New Year's Story by L. G. M. of the Daily Mail. A Male Voice Quartet.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEws BULLETIN.

Mr. BASIL FOSTER: "Athletics and the Theatre."

: Mr. NEVILLE WHYMAULT

" Japanese Poetry."

: RADIO REMINISCENCES OF 1925.

Many families will he sitting round the fire on this New Year's Eve recalling, among other things, last year's wireless programmes. Judging from the opinions expressed in our correspondence, the fragments of these past programmes which are to be broadcast to-night will be amongst the most popular.
At about 9 p.m., "Little Resolutions" will be broadcast, the first of a series of talks by the well-known writer, Mr. Keble Howard.

Contributors

Unknown: Little Resolu
Unknown: Mr. Keble Howard.

: THE SAVOY ORPHEANS

THE SAVOY HAVANA BAND;
THE SAVOY TANGO BAND.
Relayed from the Savoy Hotel.

: A New Year's Message

by Dr. ARCHIBALD FLEMING.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. Archibald Fleming.

: A Grand New Year Greeting

by Mr. J. C. STOBART.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. C. Stobart.

: "The Happy New Year" Ball

in aid of THE MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL and THE BRITISH EMPIRE SERVICE LEAGUE.
Relayed from the Royal Albert Hall.
A special Carillon will Chime the Hour of Midnight. "Auld Lang Syne" and "God Save the King" will follow, and the " NO NO NANETTE " COMPANY will then perform "I Want To Be Happy."

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Hall.
Unknown: Auld Lang

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