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S.B. from London.
A Birthday Party.
Edinburgh Station, born May 1st, 1924.

: THE EUTERPE DANCE ORCHESTRA

will play some cheerful music to create an appropriate atmosphere.

: ROBERT BURNETT (Baritone)

will sing.
8.30-9.0. S.B. to Dundee.

: JOHN HENRY

will give his impressions of Edinburgh and other things.

: Capt. P. P. ECKERSLEY

, Chief
Engineer to the B.B.C., will have something to say.

: The Rt. Hon. Sir W. L. SLEIGH

, Lord
Provost of Edinburgh, will speak.

: Robert Burnett

will sing again.

: A Sketch entitled

" RADIO RACHEL," or 'ALONE IN THE ETHER," by Willie Can ier.
To be performed by Members of the Staff of the Edinburgh Station.
Should difficulties arise in regard to the copyright of this work, we shall substitute another and more serious sketch entitled :
"TUNING NOTES," or " HEARD ON THE TILES," by " Cat's Whisker."
The above transmission will be preceded by a Prologue in Verse, spoken by the Station Bard.

: Programme

S.B. from London.
Station Topics and Local News.

: John Henry

will pile on the agony.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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