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: Concert

Reproducing Piano: Waltz in C Sharp. Minor (Chopin); Norwegian Bridal Procession (Grieg)

Francesca Woolf (Solo 'Cello): "Le Cygne" (Saint-Saens; Gavotte (J. B. Lully); Slierao (Van Goens)

Joseph Farrington (Baritone): "Largo al Factotum" ("Barber of Seville") (Rossini); "Sigh No More, Ladies" (Aitken).

12.0.-Time Signal.

Reproducing Piano: "Flower Waltz Parapluase" (Tchaikovsky-Grainger) (As played by Grainger)

Francesca Woolf: "Hungarian Rhapsody" (David Popper)

Joseph Farrington: "Lighterman Tom" (W. H. Squire); "Yeomen of England" ("Merrie England") (Edinird German)

Reproducing Piano: "Three o'Clock in the Morning" (Waltr); "Dancing Fool" (Fox-trot)

12.30. - Close down.

Contributors

Cellist: Francesca Woolf
Baritone: Joseph Farrington

: Concert

Orchestra: Overture, Ruy Bias (Mendelssohn); Waltz, "Gold and Silver" (Lehar)

Maurice Cole (Solo Pianoforte with Orchestra): "Concerto in A Minor, Movement I". (Grieg)

Orchestra: "Selection of English Melodie" (Myddleton); "Valse Triste" (Sibelius)

Maurice Cole: "Trois Ecosnaises", Valse in A Flat, Op. 42 (Chopin); "Pohehinelle" (Rachmaninoff)

Orchestra: "Bavarian Dance" (Elgar)

4.30. - Close down

Contributors

Pianist: Maurice Cole

: Women's Hour

"Autumn Furnishing", by Mrs. Gordon Stables.

"The American Woman at Home", by Miss Kathleen Courlander.

Contributors

Speaker (Autumn Furnishing): Gordon Stables
Speaker (The American Woman at Home): Kathleen Courlander

: Children's Stories

"Wee Willie Tingle Toes", by Mrs. Vernon Bell.

"A Big Bad Baby Bird", by Lester Cross.

A Talk about Collecting Postage Stamps, by Albert H. Harris.

Contributors

Author (Wee Willie Tingle Toes): Mrs. Vernon Bell
Author (A Big Bad Baby Bird): Lester Cross
Speaker (A Talk about Collecting Postage Stamps): Albert H. Harris

: Time Signal, 1st General News Bulletin

S.B. to all Stations.

Local News and Weather Forecast

An Appeal on Behalf of the Royal Hospital for Incurables
Dr. S. Henning Belfrage

Contributors

Speaker (Appeal): Dr. S. Henning Belfrage

: Russian Night

Edward Mitchell (Solo Pianoforte): Scherzino (Cesar Cui); "Cradle Song" ("Summer Night") (Liapounow); Humoresque (Balakirew).

Nora Delmarr (Soprano): "Hymn to the Sun" (Rimsky-Korsakov); Hindoo Song (Rimsky-Korsakov).

May Fussell ('Cello, with Roy Webb, Pianoforte): Moderato and Finale from (Sonata in D Major (Op. 18) (Rubinstein).

Contributors

Pianist: Edward Mitchell
Soprano: Nora Delmarr
Cellist: May Fussell
Pianist: Roy Webb

: Ronald Gourley

Blind Entertainer and Siffleur.

Nora Delmarr: Song of the Shepherd "Lehl" (Rimsky-Korsakov); "The Tryst" (Sibelius); "The Red Sanafan" (Old Russian) (Varlamof-arr. Fred Whishaw).

Edward Mitchell: Early Studies by Scriabin: C Sharp Major, E Major, B Major, and D Sharp Minor.

May Fussell ('Cello Solos): Air (Moszkowski); Romance (Davidoff); Serenade (Rimsky-Korsakov).

Mesdames Alexeeva and Rabi-Neck, Messieurs Saloff, Rabi-Neck and Volchanski Russian Gipsy Songs with Guitar Accompaniment.

Ronald Gourley

Contributors

Blind Entertainer/Siffleur: Ronald Gourley
Soprano: Nora Delmarr
Pianist: Edward Mitchell
Cellist: May Fussell

: Time Signal and 2nd General News Bulletin

S.B. to all Stations.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: A Talk on Roads

The Rt. Hon. Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, K.C.I.E., C.S.I. (the well-known Authority on Road matters).
S.B. to Cardiff.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rt. Hon. Lord Montagu of Beaulieu

: The Savoy Orpheans

Playing at the Savoy Hotel.
S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Orpheans

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: J. S. Dodgson








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