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: " Out of Doors

" by A. Bonnet
Laird.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. J. S. CHISHOLM

Horticultural Bulletin.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Dr. W. DOUGLAS SIMPSON

M.A., F.S.A., " Later Roman Emperors-Julian the Apostate." S.B. from Aberdeen.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY.
An Irish Evening.

: THE EDINBURGH MALE VOICE CHOIR

(Conductor,
ARCHIBALD RUSSELL ),
And ROBERT BURNETT
(Baritone).
With String Accompaniment.

Contributors

Conductor: Archibald Russell
Conductor: Robert Burnett

: THE STATION STRING QUARTET

WALDO CHANNON
(1st Violin) ;
MARGARET HENDERSON
(2nd Violin);
JOSEPH SMITH (Viola); CHESTER HENDERSON
(Violoncello).

Contributors

Violin: Margaret Henderson
Viola: Joseph Smith
Viola: Chester Henderson

: GRACE MILLER (Soprano).

" Killarney."
" Come Back to Erin."
" The Harp That Once."

: THE CHOIR and ROBERT BURNETT.

With String Accompaniment.
Three Cavalier Songs, Op. 17
Stanford, words by Browning
" Marching Along " ; " King
Charles"; " Boot, Saddle, to Horse and Away."

: GRACE MILLER.

" Oft in the Stilly Night." "Let Erin Remember." "Molly Bawn. "
" The Dear Little Shamrock. "

Contributors

Unknown: Molly Bawn.
Unknown: Little Shamrock.

: Weather Forecast and News

Chats with Famous Authors:
Mr. Ernest Raymond and Miss Rose Macauley "Must the Novel Decline in Vogue?" S.B. from, London.
Station Director's Talk. Local News.

: DANCE MUSIC.

"THE ROMANY REVELLERS."
From the Dunedin Palais de
Danse.








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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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