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: LIGHT CLASSICS PROGRAMME. THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.

Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr.
FREDERICK CARLTON (Baritone).
EDITH ASHBY (Solo Pianoforte).
" My Part of the Country," by A. Bonnet
Laird. " Little Tours of the Empire at Wembley," by Miss M. Grant Cook.

Contributors

Conducted By: Dan Godfrey
Baritone: Frederick Carlton
Baritone: Edith Ashby
Unknown: A. Bonnet
Unknown: Miss M. Grant Cook.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

" How to Become a Musical Detective: Following up Clues," by Miss E. M. G. Reed. Music by the Wireless Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss E. M. G. Reed.

: 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST

S.B. to all
Stations.
Mr. WILLIAM HENRY WILLIAMSON on " The Lyons Mail." S.B. to other Stations.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. William Henry Williamson

: "THE MAGIC FLUTE" (Mozart)

Act 1., played by the British National Opera Company. Relayed from His Majesty's Theatre, London. S.B. to all Stations except Cardiff.

: Two One-Act Comedies by Herbert Swears

S.B. to other Stations:
"TWO ON A BUS."
Cast :
Scene : Their Flat in Sloane Street, S.W.
" WIDOWS."
Cast :
Scene: Mrs. Smith's Living Room at Mawsby's Rents, Drury Lane, W.C.,
Incidental Music by THE WIRELESS TRIO.

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Swears.

: 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. to all Stations.
The Week's Work in the Garden by the Royal Horticultural Society. S.B. to all Stations.
Sir MALCOLM DELEVINGNE , K.C.B., of the Home Office, on " The League of Nations: The League and Opium." S.B. to all Stations. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Malcolm Delevingne

: THE SAVOY ORPHEANS and SAVOY HAVANA BANDS

relayed from the Savoy Hotel, London. S.B. to all Stations.

: Close down.

Announcer : J. S. Dodgson.

Contributors

Announcer: J. S. Dodgson.








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