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: Time Signal from Big Ben, Concert

The Wireless Trio and Blanche Gaston-Murray - Songs at the Piano.
(to 14.00)

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Trio
Musician: Blanche Gaston-Murray

: "How to Make an Eiderdown"

by Doris P. Sheridan.

Songs by Christian Keay (Contralto).

"The Housewife's Risk," by a Barrister-at-Law.

(to 16.30)

Contributors

Speaker: Doris P. Sheridan
Contralto: Christian Keay

: Children's Stories

Miss Rose Fyleman
"Uzz, Fuzz, and Buzz Adopt a Baby," by Tinker Taylor, and "The Dormouse and the Doctor," by A. A. Milne (from The Merry-Go-Round).

Songs by Uncle Rex

"Treasure Island," Chap. 6, Part II., by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Contributors

Storyteller: Rose Fyleman
Author (Uzz, Fuzz, and Buzz Adopt a Baby): Tinker Taylor
Author (The Dormouse and the Doctor): A. A. Milne
Singer: Uncle Rex [Rex Palmer]
Author (Treasure Island): Robert Louis Stevenson

: Seen on the Screen

G.A. Atkinson (the B.B.C. Film Critic).

S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Film critic: G.A. Atkinson

: Speeches

S.B. from Plymouth on the occasion of the Opening of the B.B.C.'s Plymouth Relay Station.

: Saint-Saens Evening: The Wireless Orchestra

7.30

"Marche Militaire Francaise"
Overture, "La Princess Jaune"
Two Arias from "Samson and Delilah" with Orchestra and John Collinson (Tenor)
"Stay, O My Brothers", (Act I.)
Sybil Maden (Contralto)
"O Love, From Thy Power" (Act II.)
Orchestra
Ballet Music from "Samson and Delilah"

Dr. L. du Garde Peach in a talk on Humour

Orchestra
Symphonic Poem, "Phaeton"
Sybil Maden and John Collinson , with Orchestra.
Scena from Act II. commencing with Scene 3, "Spite of All to This Place", and concluding with "Softly Awakes My Heart"

Orchestra
Tarantelle for Flute and Clarinet
Prelude to the Deluge

An Interlude by Fred Spencer, presenting Mrs.'Arris on "Kippers and Cats"

9.45
Two Songs: Sybil Maden, "The Bell"; John Collinson "Let Us Love"

Dr L. du Garde Peach will tell a few stories

Orchestra
"Reverie du Soir" from "Suite Algerienne"

Fred Spencer: "Mrs 'Arris at a Wedding"

Orchestra
Melody, "Le Cygne"
"Danse Macabre"

(10.30 Closedown)

Contributors

Tenor: John Collinson
Contralto: Sybil Maden
Musicians: The Wireless Orchestra
Speaker: Dr. L. du Garde Peach
Mrs. 'Arris: Fred Spencer

: How the Wild Fowl go North in Spring

P. R. Lowe, O.B.E., Assistant Keener in Charge of Birds, The Natural History Museum.

Contributors

Speaker: P.R. Lowe

: Time Signal from Greenwich and 2nd General News Bulletin

S.B. to all Stations.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Saint-Saens Programme (Continued)

Two Songs
Sybil Maden, "The Bell"; John Collinson, "Let Us Love".

Dr. L. du Garde Peach will tell a few Stories.

Orchestra
"Reverie du Soir" from "Suite Algerienne".

Fred Spencer: "Mrs. 'Arris at a Wedding".

Orchestra
Melody, "Le Cygne"
"Danse Macabre".

Contributors

Contralto: Sybil Maden
Tenor: John Collinson
Storyteller: Dr. L. du Garde Peach
Mrs. 'Arris: Fred Spencer

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: R. F. Palmer








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