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: Afternoon Talk

" Some Christmas Customs," by Mrs. Dorothy Grenside.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Dorothy Grenside.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. GEORGE MACDONALD

C.B., LL.D., F.B.A., " Coins- (8) Coinage and Commerce." S.B. to Scottish Stations.

: To-night we shall present a short

Radio Fantasy, entitled :
"Autumn to Winter."
In which we shall endeavour to symbolize in an appropriate musical setting the transition of the fall of the year to the rigours of winter.
In addition to members of the Station Staff, the following Artists will participate :
HELEN MORRIS (Contralto).
NANCY SHAW (Reciter). WILLIAM BELL (Baritone).
HERBERT MORE 'S
ORCHESTRA.
" Now Autumn's fire burns slowly along the woods,
And day by day the dead leaves fall and melt,
And night by night the monitory blast
Wails in the key-hole, telling how it passed
O'er grim wide wave; and now the power is felt
Of melancholy, tenderer in its moods
Than any joy indulgent Summer dwelt."
William Allingham

Contributors

Contralto: Helen Morris
Baritone: Herbert More
Unknown: William Allingham

: Programme

S.B. from Glasgow.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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