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: Time Signal from Big Ben; Music in Strange Places

Doris Vane (Soprano), Constance Willis (Contralto), Robert Naylor (Tenor), Andrew Shanks (Bass)
The Augmented Wireless Orchestra
Conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr.


The Orchestra

Bass Recit. and Aria.

The Orchestra

Song Cycle for Quartette of Voices and Orchestra

The Orchestra

Tenor Recit. and Aria

The Orchestra

Contralto Songs

The Orchestra


Contralto: Constance Willis
Tenor: Robert Naylor
Bass: Andrew Shanks
Musicians: The Augmented Wireless Orchestra
Conductor: Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Announcer: J.G. Broadbent

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Glasgow.
(to 17.30)

: Anthem

"Save us, O Lord" Bairstow (11)

Hymn No. 237 (A. and M.)

Father Herbert Vaughan, D.D., Superior of the Catholic Missionary Society, Brondesbury Park.
Soloist, Edward Gooding


Speaker: Father Herbert Vaughan
Soloist: Edward Gooding

: First Appearance of the 2LO Military Band

Conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Reginald Whitehead (Bass)

Military Band

Bass Songs

Military Band


Musicians: The 2LO Military Band
Conductor: Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Bass: Reginald Whitehead

: Close down


Announcer: C. A. Lewis

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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.

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