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: A Ballad Concert

WINIFRED WILLIAMSON (Soprano) SEYMOUR HOLDEN (Bass-Baritone)

: Organ Music

Played by EDWARD O'HENRY
Relayed from Tussaud's Cinema

: LIGHT MUSIC

MAX JAFFA and his PICCADILLY GRILL
ORCHESTRA
From the Piccadilly Hotel

: A CONCERT

ALICE VAUGHAN (Contralto) FREDERICK STEGER (Tenor)
THE GEORGIAN TRIO

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

'Pas dcs Amphorcs' (Chaminade) and other
Piano Solos, played by CECIL DIXON
' The Princess has a Birthday ' (Rene M. Worley )
Folk-songs by GEORGE DIXON
The Story of Porphyrion and the Vineyards of Aithalia,' taken from the Greek by Charles Sibleigh

: Miss ANN SpicE : Books for Holiday-makers '—II

SOME more advice by Miss Spice on the vexing question of what we shall, or shall not, take away with us in the matter of holiday reading.

: 'The First News'

; WEATHER FORECAST,
FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

ENGLISH SONGS
Sung by ASTRA DESMOND (Contralto)

: ORGAN MUSIC

Played by REGINAT.D Goss-
CUSTARD
Relayed from the Bishopsgate
Institute

Organ Concerto, No. 4 Allegro, Andante - Handel
(a) Gavotte in D - Bach
(b) Gavotte in B Minor/ - Bach
Scherzo in C Minor (From the 5th Sonata) - Guilmant

: Promenade Concert

Relayed from the Queen's Hall
(Sole Lessees, Messrs. ChappeU and Co., Ltd.)
35th Season
MURIEL BRUNSKILL (Contralto)
NORMAN ALLIN (Bass)
SIR HENRY WOOD and his
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Leader, CHARLES WOODHOUSE)
Wagner Concert
ORCHESTRA
Overture, ' Tannhauser '
Prelude, ' Tristan and Isolda ' .(with Wagner's ending)
NORMAN ALLIN with Orchestra
Arias :
ORCHESTRA
Bacchanal (Venusberg Music) ('Tannhauser')
MURIEL BRUNSKILL , with Orchestra
Kundry's Song, ' Herzeleide ' (' Parsifal ')
ORCHESTRA
Song of the Rhine Daughters (' Götterdämerung ')
Overture, ' Rienzi '

: ' The Second News'

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
Bulletin ; Local Announcements ; (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices

: Mr. HARRY FIRMAN: Peacocks, Pots and Pants-Three London Fairs '

No one dreams of going to Cairo, or any town of the East, without visiting its bazaar. And Eastern bazaars, for all their frequent stock of Birmingham goods, are interesting enough. But very few visitors to London think to go and see its great street-markets, as lively as any Eastern bazaars, probably more ' authentic ' a9 to their wares, and certainly as characteristic of real London as anything could be. Prominent among them are Club Row in Bethnal Green, the Rag Fair in Notting Dale, and Petticoat Lane (or Middlesex Street, as it is officially called) in Aldgate. Any Sunday morning you may stroll down Petticoat Lane and see as strange a medley of cheapjacks, teeth-extractors, open-air chiropodists and patent medicine mongers as could possibly be got together. The Rag Fair is perhaps a little less heterogeneous. And Club Row is the market where you buy cats, dogs, canaries, peacocks—indeed, any pet you may desire.

: The Opening of the Brixton Astoria

HEDDLE NASH (Tenor)
WINNIE MELVILLE and DEREK OLDHAM with Orchestra Conducted by MAURICE BESLY
THE THEATRE ORCHESTRA
(Under the direction of FRED KITCHEN)
WINNIE MELVILLE and DEREK OLDHAM with Orchestra
Conducted by MAURICE BESLY in Selections from their Repertoire Finale, ' Hello, Everybody ! '








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