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: BOW BELLS.

S.B. from London.

: A CHRISTMAS DAY SERVICE

relayed from Canterbury Cathedral. S.B. from London.

: Afternoon Talk

Mr. J. Cuming
Walters : Christmas Down the Ages."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. Cuming

: Tea-time Concert

Tom Sher lock (Baritone). The Station Quartet.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Sher

: Special Children's Corner.

The Aunts and Uncles will entertain a number of war orphans in the Studio with a Punch and Judy Show , a Christmas Tree, and some surprises. Perhaps even Santa Claus may be persuaded to put in a late appearance.

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Show

: The Majestic "Celebrity" Orchestra

Musical Director,
Gerald W. Bright. Relayed from the Hotel Majestic, St. Anne'son-the-Sea.

Contributors

Director: Gerald W. Bright.

: A Reading of O. Henry's Story

"Compliments of the Season."
The Spirit of Christmas.
REGINALD WHITEHEAD
(Bass).
ARTHUR SPENCER
(Solo Pianoforte).
JAMES BERNARD
(Character Actor).

Contributors

Bass: Reginald Whitehead

: ARTHUR SPENCER.

Stave Three. Introducing the following characters : Scrooge. The Ghost of Christmas-Present. Bob Cratchit. Mrs. Cratehit. Various members of the family, including Tiny Tim, Scrooge's Nephew, The Niece, Tupper, and the Plump Sister. THE MANCHESTER
CATHEDRAL QUARTET:
GEORGE CROWTHER, ARTHUR WILKES, ARTHUR GIDDINS,
WILLIAM COLEMAN.
THE SALFORD POLICE BAND: I Conductor : THOMAS WILSON. (By kind permission of the Chief
Constable.)








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