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: La Scala Orchestra

F. Rout-ledge Bell, Musical Director.

: Programme

S.B. from London. ,

: NAVAL AND MILITARY NIGHT.

THE BAND OF THE
ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER
RESERVE:-Conducted hy
ROBERT RIMMER.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Rimmer.

: THE DUNDEE RADIO PLAYERS

in "The Heel of Achilles."
A Comedy Radioview of Peace
Time Service, by Alfred Whiteman.
Characters :
Gunner Russell (Ginger). Gunner Spanner (Shorty). Sergeant.
The action of this little Sketch takes place in the Barrack Room of the Umptieth Battery of the R.A.-just after evening stables.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Whiteman.

: ALEXANDER McCREDIE

(Tenor).
Recit., "Thanks to My Brethren."

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: HELENA MILLAIS

(Actress Entertainer). In Light Songs and "Fragments from Life"
(including " Our Lizzie"

: THE PLAYERS

in "At Sea.
A Glimpse of Jutland, by Arthur V. White.
Characters :
Lofty (One of the Gun's Crew).
Bill (Lofty's Chum and Gun-
Mate).
You are asked to image H.M.S.
" ploughing her way through the North Sea on a dull grey morning. It is misty and the visibility is very bad, something less than a mile.
Lofty and Bill are pacing the deck together, up and down in the limited space of about ten yards. The decks are cleared for action.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur V. White.

: HELENA 'MILLAIS

in " Fragments from Life."








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