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: Trafalgar Square Meeting

S.B. to all Stations.
Speakers: The Prime Minister Viscount Grey of Falloden.
The Hon Stanley Bruce (Australian Prime Minister).
Miss Margaret Bondfield.
J.P. Rev. H. R. L. Sheppard, M.A.
The Massed Bands of the Coldstream and Welsh Guards.
(By permission of the Officers Commanding.)


Conducted by L. Stanton
Jefferies. " God Save the King." "Imperial March" (Elgar). " Solemn Melody " (Walford Davies ). " Land of Hope and Glory " (Elgar). Soloist, MISS YVETTE GIMBLETTE (Contralto). Choir : " 0 God Our Help in Ages Past." (A. & M. 165.)


Conducted By: L. Stanton
Unknown: Walford Davies
Soloist: Miss Yvette Gimblette

: The Rev. Archibald Reith, M.A.

Vicar of Sprowston, Norwich: Religious Address. Orchestra with Choir: "Jerusalem" (Parry). Soloist, MR. STUART ROBERTSON (Baritone). Overture, "Plymouth Hoe" (Ansell). Miss Yvette Gimblette with Orchestra: "There are no Dead "
(Harvey); "There's a Land" (Allitsen). Mr. Stuart Robertson : " Sea Fever (John
Ireland) ; "Phyllis has such Charming Graces" (Lane Wilson).


Unknown: Miss Yvette Gimblette


Address on " Peace." S.B. to all Stations.

: General News Bulletin

S.B. to all Stations.

: Orchestra

Selections, "Merry England" (German); " Tipperary."

: Close Down.

Announcer : A. R. Burrows.


Announcer: A. R. Burrows.

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