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: Afternoon Topics

The Wireless Dance Orchestra.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. H. MORTIMER BATTEN.

F.Z.S., " Silvertip-The Silver Vixen." S.B. from Edinburgh.
SCOTTISH SONG AND DRAMA.
NANCY MASON (Soprano).
CHRISTIAN MACNAB
(Reciter).
THE " 2BD REPERTORY
PLAYERS.
THE WIRLESS ORCHESTRA :
Conductor, WALTER BENSON.

Contributors

Soprano: Nancy Mason
Conductor: Walter Benson.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Suite, " King Henry VIII. "
Saint-Saens
Entrance of the Clans ; Idyll
Ecossais ; Gypsy Dance ; Finale.

Contributors

Unknown: King Henry Viii.

: RECITAL OF TRADITIONAL BALLADS.

Under the auspices of THE SCOTTISH
ASSOCIATION
FOR THE SPEAKING OF
VERSE.
CHRISTIAN MACNAB (Reciter).

: NANCY MASON.

" Robin Adair " Traditional

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Adair

: THE "2BD" REPERTORY I'LAYERS

in f JOHN McPHAIL. "
A Play in Three Acts by Arthur Black.
Characters :
Scene : A Modern Sitting Room.
Act I.-Present Day.
Act II.-One Week Later.
Act III.-Six Months Later.
John MePhail , retired builder, a white-whiskered old man of 75 years, is seated alone by the fireside smoking. He is listening intently, and between puffs he tries to send the smoke from his pipe up the chimney. His niece, Miss Jean Williamson , is his housekeeper.

Contributors

Unknown: John McPhail.
Unknown: Arthur Black.
Unknown: John Mephail
Unknown: Miss Jean Williamson

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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