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: London Programme relayed from Daventry

3.0 Broadcast to Schools
; Mr. R. E. SOPWITH, Poems Worth Reading-
Narrative Poetry-X, Mary F. Robinson-Sir Hugh and the Swans.' S.B. from Sheffield

Contributors

Unknown: Mary F. Robinson-Sir

: The Children's Hour:

S.B. from Leeds
Radiosities No. 2
A Competition given to us by ERN SHAW

: 'Pass the Mint Sauce'

A Spring-time Topical Revue in Seven Scenes, with little rhyme and rather less reason, but warranted entirely innocuous
By HUGH H. FRANCIS
MARJORIE FARNHAM
HYLDA METCALF
EDITH Toms
LUCIA ROGERS
EDWARD MOXHAM
D. E. ORMEROD HAROLD CLUFF
CHARLES NESBITT
F. A. NICHOLLS
ROBERT BIRRELL
Scene I :
The Spirit of Winter bursts into Spring.
Scene 2:
When Knights were Bold.
Scene 3:
A Children's Story.
Scene 4 :
With our Customary Resource.
Scene 5 :
The Aftermath
Scene 6:
An Extraordinary Affair in the Metropolis.
Scene 7 :
The Navy to the Fore-and Aft.
With Full Revue Chorus and ' THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh H. Francis
Unknown: Marjorie Farnham
Unknown: Hylda Metcalf
Unknown: Edith Toms
Unknown: Lucia Rogers
Unknown: Edward Moxham
Unknown: D. E. Ormerod
Unknown: Harold Cluff
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: F. A. Nicholls
Unknown: Robert Birrell








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