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: (Davenlry only) Gramophone Records

Symphony in E Flat - Mozart

: A BALLAD CONCERT

MABEL RITCHIE (Soprano) WARD JACKSON (Baritone)

: THE PICCADILLY HOTEL ORCHESTRA

Directed by LEONARDO KEMP

: Musical Interlude

3.15 (Daventry only) East Coast'Fishing Bulletin

: A Studio Concert

FRANCES HAFTIELD (Mezzo-Soprano)
JAMES HICKEY (Baritone)
PiA DAMERINI (Pianoforte)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

'The Bees' Wedding ' (Mendelssohn) and other
Piano Solos, played by CECIL Dixon
' Hints on Hockey ' by MARJORIE POLLARD , who has played for England since 1921
' Quaint Little Songs' (Edward Shenton )
' The Wood of Life '—an Adventure Story from
' The Path of the King ' (John Buchan )

: For Boy Scouts : Mr. N. D POWER (Lato Chief Wolf Cub Commissioner at Imperial Headquarters) : ' Seven Months on tho Move (A Tour in the Empire) '

fTVRAVEL, especially sea travel, is always a topic particularly fascinating to boys. In this talk Mr. Power will describe, in a. very lively fashion, a tour from Southampton via Panama, Pit-cairn Island, and New Zealand to Sydney; thence, after two months in Australia, to Canada by way of Fiji and Honolulu, and so home.

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

SCHUBERT'S Pianoforte DUETS
Played by ISOBEL GRAY and CLAUDE POLLARD

: WYNNE AJELLO and HERBERT SIMMONDS

in Duets
THE J. H. SQUIRE CELESTE OCTET

: Two Sketches ' Disgrace '

by CYRIL CAMPION
Showing that Burglars too may have their
'esprit do corps'
Characters :
Scone ; A sumptuously furnished flat in Mayfair and 'The Diamond Necklace' by MURIEL LEVY
From a Short Story by GUY DE MAUPASSANT
Characters :

: Mr. E. Roy CALVERT: Danish Prisons'

IN many ways Denmark, a small, peaceable, agricultural state, is one of the most progressive and interesting countries in Europe. Especially its penal system provides many in. structive contrasts with those that we know, which Mr. Calvert will point out in his talk tonight. He himself is an expert on penology, being a member of the Executive Council of the Howard League for Penal Reform, and the author of a book on ' Capital Punishment,' to which Lord Buckmaster contributed a preface.

: AN ORCHESTRAL CONCERT

TREFOR JONES (Tenor)
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL

Slavonic March - Tchaikovsky
Overture to ' King Stephen ' - Beethoven
TREFOR JONES and Orchestra O Paradise (' L'Africana. â??â??' The African Maid ') - Meyerbeer
10.20 ORCHESTRA Melody, ' A Bower of Roses' - Schumann
Waltz, ' Risette ' - Fall
First 'Peer Gynt' Suite - Grieg
10.40 TREFOR JONES A Cradle Song - Sheldon
Epitaph - Sheldon
Padraic the Fiddler - Larchet
ORCHESTRA Ballet Music from ' Ali Baba â?? - Lecocq








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