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: Morning Concert

Mr. J. Barbirolli - Solo 'cello.
(to 12.30)

Contributors

Cellist: J. Barbirolli

: Women's Hour

Mr. E. W. Hinchcliffe - Bassoon.
Mrs. L. Gordon Stables on The Appreciation of Painting.
Beauty Culture, by Madame Desti.

Contributors

Bassoonist: E. W. Hinchcliffe
Item presenter (The Appreciation of Painting): L. Gordon Stables
Item presenter (Beauty Culture): Madame Desti

: Children's Stories

Mr. E. W. Hinchcliffe - Bassoon.
Hide and Seek Stories from History - The Game of Prince James by Violet M. Methley, F.R.Hist.
Competition: Guessing Twelve Noises

Contributors

Bassoonist: E. W. Hinchcliffe
Author (The Game of Prince James): Violet M. Methley

: Time Signal; 1st General News Bulletin

Broadcast to all stations
followed by London News and Weather Report.

: News and Views of the Theatre

Mr. Archibald Haddon, the B.B.C. Dramatic Critic.

Contributors

Speaker: Archibald Haddon

: Orchestra

Overture - "The Bohemian Girl" (Balfe). Waltz, "Der Rosenkavalier" (Strauss).
Miss Kate Winter, Soprano, - "Depuis le Jour" (Louise) (Charpentier); with Orchestra, "O, that we two were maying" (Nevin).
Mr. Ford Robinson, Baritone - "Brittany" (Ernest Bullock); "Carol of Bells" (Stanford). Orchestra - Selection, "A Little Dutch Girl" (Kalman).
Miss Maud Couper, Elocutionist.
Orchestra - Entr'actes, "A Slumber Song" (Solo 'cello, E. J. Robinson) (Squire). "Gavotte" (Mignon) (Thomas).

Contributors

Soprano: Kate Winter
Baritone: Ford Robinson
Elocutionist: Maud Couper
Cellist: E. J. Robinson

: Opening of Aberdeen Station (2BD)

by The Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair P.C., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.T.
Selections by the Pipe Band of the Gordon Highlanders
(Broadcast simultaneously from Aberdeen)

Contributors

Musicians: The Pipe Band of the Gordon Highlanders

: Time Signal; 2nd General News Bulletin

Broadcast to all stations
followed by London News and Weather Report.

Orchestra - Scenes Napolitaines (Massenet), (1) La Danse: (2) Procession and L'Improvisateur; (3) La Fete.
Miss Kate Winter, Soprano - "Adonais" (Landon Ronald); "Waiting" (Coleridge-Taylor).
Miss Maud Couper, Elocutionist.
Mr. Ford Robinson, Baritone - Three Salt Water Ballads (Keel) (1) Port of Many Ships; (2) Trade Winds; (3) Mother Carey.
Orchestra - Chanson de Nuit (Elgar); Slavonie Dance, No. 7 (Dvorak).

Contributors

Soprano: Kate Winter
Elocutionist: Maud Couper
Baritone: Ford Robinson

: Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: R. F. Palmer








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