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: Miss Florence Irwin

Talks for
Housewives, " Xmas Fare in the Olden Days."
LINDA ALLISON
(Mezzo-Soprano).
PAULINE BARKER (Harp).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
THE STATION DANCE
BAND.

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Linda Allison
Harp: Pauline Barker

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Selection of Haydn Wood's Songs.

: PAULINE BARKER.

" Une Chatelaine en sa Tour,"
Op. 110 Faure

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

A
Fairy Story; Songs and Choruses by Aunt Evva , Cousin May and Uncle Will; Chat on Music (IV.).

Contributors

Unknown: Aunt Evva

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

"Opportunities Overseas." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Mr. W. P. BAINES

" Achievement." S.B. from London.
Variety.
MAY REID (Soprano).
JAMES MACKAY
(Xylophone and Tubaphone).
THE WELLINGTON FLUTE
BAND:
Conducted by A. HAMILTON.
WALLACE CUNNINGHAM
(Entertainer).

Contributors

Conducted By: A. Hamilton.

: JAMES MACKAY.

Xylophone Solo, Selected.

: JAMES MACKAY.

Tubaphone Solo, Selected.

: RADIO RADIANCE.

(2nd Edition.)
A Revue in Fourteen Beams. played by A COMPANY OF WELL-
KNOWN LONDON ARTISTS.
Including :
EDDIE MORRIS.
JEAN ALLISTONE.
JAMES WHIG HAM.
IRIS WHITE.
TOMMY HANDLEY.
MAUDIE DUNHAM.
And
CHORUS OF DANCING RADIOS.
Book by JACK HELLIER. Popular Musical Numbers.
Directed by JAMES LESTER and R. E. JEFFREY.

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Morris.
Unknown: Jean Allistone.
Unknown: Tommy Handley.
Unknown: Maudie Dunham.
Book By: Jack Hellier.
Directed By: James Lester
Directed By: R. E. Jeffrey.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

Prof. JULIAN S. HUXLEY :
" The Stream of Life-The
Hope of Betterment." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Julian S. Huxley








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