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: Concert

(to 12.30)

: Women's Hour

"Interior Decoration" by Cherry, Lady Poynter.

A Nursery Chat by the House Physician of a London Hospital.

Contributors

Speaker (Interior Decoration): Cherry, Lady Poynter
Speaker (A Nursery Chat): The House Physician of a London Hospital [name uncredited]

: Children's Stories

Aunt Priscilla: "How to Write a Song".

Railway Talk by John Hope Fellows.

Contributors

Speaker (Railway Talk): John Hope Fellows

: Miss P. Tuberwill

Appeal on behalf of the Y.W.C.A.

Contributors

Speaker: P. Tuberwill

: Parry Programme

Sir Hugh P. Allen, Director, the Royal College of Music, will talk on the Life and Work of the late Sir Hubert Parry.
Mixed Quartet, The Royal College of Music.
Singers: Miss Dorothy Augood, A.R.C.M., Miss Dorothy Kitchen, Mr. Trefor Jones, Mr. Keith Falkner, A.R.C.M. "Sweet Day So Cool", "If I Had But Two Little Wings", "There Rolls the Deep", "Come, Pretty Wag", "Since Thou, O Foundest", "Music When Soft Voices Die", "Turn All Thy Thoughts to Eyes", "In a Harbour Green".

Miss Dorothy Robson, Soprano: "Armida's Garden", " From a City Window", "The Fairy Town", "Why So Pale and Wan?"

Mr. Madoc Davies, Baritone: "When Comes My Gwen", "And Yet I Love Her Till I Die", "Under the Greenwood Tree".

Miss Constance Izard, Violin, and Miss Winifred Gardiner, Piano: Movements from Suite for Violin and Piano in D major.

Miss Dorothy Robson: "My True Love Hath My Heart", "On a Tune the Amorous Silv'ry,", "A Lover's Garland", "My Heart is Like a Singing Bird".

Mr. Madoc Davies: "The Laird of Coekpen", "Love's a Bubble".

Miss Constance Izard, Violin; Mr. R. Purcell Jones, 'Cello; and Miss Winifred Gardiner, Piano: Movements from Trio in B minor.

Mr. Madoc Davies: "Jerusalem".

Contributors

Speaker: Sir Hugh P. Allen
Singer: Dorothy Augood
Singer: Dorothy Kitchen
Singer: Trefor Jones
Singer: Keith Falkner
Soprano: Dorothy Robson
Baritone: Madoc Davies
Violinist: Constance Izard
Pianist: Winifred Gardiner
Cellist: R. Purcell Jones

: The Romance of Journalism

Mr. Max Pemberton

Contributors

Speaker: Max Pemberton

: Dance Music

by the Savoy Orpheans from Ballroom of Savoy Hotel.

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Orpheans

: Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: K. A. Wright








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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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