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: Dance Music.

THE WIRELESS DANCE
QUARTET: Directed bv
ALEX MADISKY.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Madisky.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

"The
Story of Beethoven." Music by the Wireless Orchestra-Allegretto from 7th Symphony; " Turkish March."

: Steadman's Symphony Orchestra

relayed from the Electric
Theatre.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. A. H. MILLAR

LL.D.,
" James Bowman Lindsay-A Pioneer of Wireless." S.B. from Dundee.

Contributors

Unknown: James Bowman

: BALLAD-OPERA-DRAMA. . THE STATION ORCHESTRA

Conductor.
WALTER BENSON.

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Benson.

: JOHN VAN ZYL

(Bass-Baritone).

: THE LONDON RADIO PLAYERS

Present a Play,
" The Wizard of Wireless."
A Romance of the Radio.
Written for Broadcasting by Frank Cochrane and Cyril Roberts.
Characters
(In the order of their speaking) :
We are at the New Bailey on the second day of the trial, with the court full of spectators.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Frank Cochrane
Broadcasting By: Cyril Roberts.

: Weather FORECAST AND NEWS.

Fiction Series : Mr. C. S. EVANS reading " The Reward of Virtue" " from "Nash and Some Others." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. C. S. Evans

: A MUSICAL ROMANCE.

A COMPETITION FOR
LISTENERS.

: Some Concert Waltzes

played by THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conductor.
WALTER BENSON.

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Benson.








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