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: Afternoon Topics

Mrs. Lindsay Shepherd: "A Two-seater Car and a Sense of Humour."
The Wireless Orchestra : Conductor, Walter Benson. Eric Gauld (Tenor).

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Benson.
Tenor: Eric Gauld

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Second Concert by Members of the Radio Circle.

: Interesting Scottish Anniver

saries (Prepared by John Sparke Kirkland): (a) St. Patrick Born in Ayrshire ; (b) St. Columba Comes to Iona.

Contributors

Unknown: John Sparke

: Steadman's Symphony Orchestra

Relayed from the Electric Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. CHERRY KEARTON :
"Caged with a Tiger." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Cherry Kearton

: CHOPIN

interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI. S.B. from London.

: "LISTENING. TIME."

(3rd Edition.)
The New Radio Revue.
Book by HAROLD SIMPSON (Part Author of " Nine O'clock
Revue " and " By the Way ").
Musical Numbers by Various
Composers.
Under the Direction of JAMES LESTER.
Cast includes.
SPENCER TREVOR ,
MAUDIE VERA.
ALBERT LE FRE ,
ALMA VANE,
ARTHUR J. DENTON ,
BERTHA RUSSELL ,
ARTHUR BRANDER ,
OLIVE KILGOUR and THE NEW RADIO CHORUS.
SCHUBERT'S ORCHESTRAL
MUSIC AND SONGS.

Contributors

Book By: Harold Simpson
Unknown: James Lester.
Unknown: Spencer Trevor
Unknown: Albert Le Fre
Unknown: Arthur J. Denton
Unknown: Bertha Russell
Unknown: Arthur Brander

: THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Conductor, WALTER BENSON. First Movement from " Unfinished
Symphony."
MARY HAMLYN (Soprano).
" Margaret at Her Spinning
. Wheel."
" The Favourite Colour." " Hark, Hark, the Lark.""Who is Sylvia ? "
THE ORCHESTRA.
Ballet Music from " Rosamunde "
(First Entr'acte).
MARY HAMLYN.
"The Angler." " Lullabv."
"Smiles and Tears.""The Name."
THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture, "The Erl King."

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Benson.
Unknown: Mary Hamlyn.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

Major L. R. TOSSWILL : " The
French Match." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Major L. R. Tosswill

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY BANDS.
S.B. from London.








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