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: School Transmission

Sir H. Walford Davies , Mus.Bac., " Music." Relayed from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir H. Walford Davies

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS-

S.B. from London.
" The Rational Feeding of Dogs." S.B. from
London. Local News.
An Hour of

: Zoological Music. . THE STATION ORCHESTRA.

Introduction and March of the Lions-
Hens and Cocks--Wild Asses-Tor. toises - Elephant - Kangaroo - Aquarium-Long Eared Characters-The
Cuckoo-The Aviary-Pianists - Fossils-The Swan-Finale.

: Shakespeare's Songs

A Recital by RICHMOND NOBLE and JOHN VINE.
"The Merchant of Venice."
"Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred."
"Twelfth Night."
"Come Away, Come Away, Death";
"I Am Gone, Sir, and Anon. Sir"; " When That I Was and a Little Tiny Boy."
"The Tempest."
"Come Unto These Yellow Sands " ;
"Full Fathom Five"; "While You Here Do Swooning Lie"; "No More Dams I'll Make For Fish"; "Where the Bee Sucks."

Contributors

Unknown: John Vine.

: Dance Music. . THE STATION DANCE BAND.

Fox-trot, " He's the Kind of Man"
(Lewis) ; Fox-trot. " Charleston " (Johnston) ; Waltz. " Sometime " (Friml) ; Fox-trot. " Clo Clo (Lehar); One. step, " I Doan Wanna Go " (Bennett) ; Fox-trot, " On the Old Back Seat " (Dillon).

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Dame HENRIETTA BARNETT and Sir
OLIVER LODGE. S.B. from London.

: JACK HYLTON'S FLORIDA ORCHESTRA

Under the Direction of BERT ZEUMER.
Relayed from the Carlton Cafe.

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Zeumer.








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