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: Morning Concert

Miss Olive Bell, Soprano.
(to 12.30)

Contributors

Soprano: Olive Bell

: Women's Hour: Interior Decoration: No. 1

by Lady Ambrose Poynter.

Contributors

Presenter: Lady Ambrose Poynter

: Children's Stories

Aunt Priscilla on "Voice Culture"; J.H. Fellows, Railway Talk.

Contributors

Speaker (Railway Talk): J.H. Fellows

: Time Signal; First General News Bulletin

broadcast to all Stations, followed by London News and Weather Report.

: The Roads and Traffic of Greater London

Mr. W. Rees Jeffreys, Chairman of the Roads Improvement Association.

Contributors

Speaker: W. Rees Jeffreys

: Classical Programme by the London Chamber Wind Players

Flute, Mr Frank Almgill; Oboe and Cor Anglais, Mr Walter Hinchliff; Clarinet, Mr Edward Augarde; Bassoon, Mr John H. Alexandra; Horn, Mr Frank Probyn (All of the London Symphony Orchestra). Miss Winifred Fisher, Soprano. Quintet for Piano and Wind (Mozart); Piano, Mr Maurice Cole.
Miss Winifred Fisher, Soprano - "The Shepherd on the Rock" (Schubert); Clarinet Obbligato by Mr Edward Augarde. Suite for Wind Quintet (Scarlatti, arranged Hinchliff) Courante, Minuet, Siciliano, Scherzo. Andante from Flute Concerto No. 1 (Mozart), Mr Frank Almgill.
Miss Winifred Fisher, Soprano - Four Parodies (Herbert Hughes): "A Frog he would a-wooing go" (after Bach); "Simple Simon" (after Schumann); "Old Mother Hubbard"; "Hey Diddle Diddle". Concertino for Clarinet (Weber), Mr Edward Augarde. Quintet for Piano and Wind (Movements 1 & 2) (Beethoven). Piano, Mr Maurice Cole.

Contributors

Flutist: Frank Almgill
Oboist & Cor Anglais: Walter Hinchliff
Clarinettist/Clarinet Obbligato: Edward Augarde
Bassoonist: John H. Alexandra
Horn: Frank Probyn
Musicians: The London Symphony Orchestra
Soprano: Winifred Fisher
Pianist: Maurice Cole

: Time Signal; Second General News Bulletin

broadcast to all Stations, followed by London News and Weather Report.

: Simultaneous Broadcasting from Hotel Victoria, London of the Speeches at the Royal Colonial Institute Dinner

by Field-Marshal H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught, K.G., K.T.; the Rt. Hon. W. MacKenzie King, C.M.G. (Premier of the Dominion of Canada); and General The Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts, K.C. (Premier of the Union of South Africa), on the Toast, "The United Empire".

Contributors

Speaker: Field-Marshal H.R.H. The Duke of Connaught
Speaker: The Rt. Hon. W. MacKenzie King
Speaker: General The Rt. Hon. J. C. Smuts

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: First issue 30 August 2015

: Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: K. A. Wright








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