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The " 2LO Trio. A Talk on Imperial Babv Week , by Dame Janet Campbell , M.D., Senior Medical Officer to the Ministry of Health. Kathleen Stacey (Soprano). " Careers for Women : Outdoor Careers," by the Hon. Mrs. Norman Grosvenor , C.B.E.

Contributors

Unknown: Babv Week
Unknown: Dame Janet Campbell
Soprano: Kathleen Stacey
Unknown: Hon. Mrs. Norman Grosvenor

: Children's Corner

Stories told by Miss Nobody Special. Auntie Hilda at the Piano. Mr. A. Rowley 's Talk on " Music That Speaks to Yon in Sound." L. G. M. of the Daily Mail on " The Latest About the Zoo Snakes."

Contributors

Told By: Miss Nobody
Piano: Mr. A. Rowley

: 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. to all
Stations.
Talk by the Radio Society of Great Britain.
S.B. to all Stations.
Major L. SHOETEN SACK on " Hints for a Holiday Abroad." S.R. to other Stations. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Major L. Shoeten

: Interval.

Popular Orchestral Programme.
JEROME MURPHY in Irish Songs and Stories.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr.

Contributors

Unknown: Jerome Murphy
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey

: An Hour With the Veterans.

Scene : An Old Music Hall.
Chairman, WILLIE ROUSE.
I.-An Old-time March by the Orchestra. II. CHARLES COBORN , the Veteran Walking Comedian, in his famous Songs, including
Two Lovely Black Eyes " and " The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte
Carlo."
III.-RAY WALLACE (Comedienne) in " Ten Minutes with Old-time Stars," giving impressions of VESTA VICTORIA in " Grace Darling";
JULIE MACKEY in " I Can't Tell Why
I Love You " ;
GUS ELEN in " 'Alf a Pint of Ale " ;
CONNIE EDISS in " Class " ;
MARIE LLOYD in " You Needn'
Wink-I Know " ;
VESTA TILLEY in " Jolly Good Luck to the Girl Who Loves a Soldier."
IV.-" THE VETERANS OF VARIETY."
Original Artists in their familiar numbers :
FRANK LEO , Old compositions.
CHARLIE LEE , Old time song and dance.
LILY BURNAND, " Two Little Girls in Blue."
LEO'DRYDEN, "The Miner's Dream of Home."
ARTHUR ROBERTS, "Good, Darn
Good."
SABLE FERN, " What is the Use of Loving a Girl?
JAKE FRIEDMAN, "The One Man
Opera."
THE VETERANS, "For Old Times'
Sake."
V.-HARRY THOMAS, in Reminiscences of his Father, the great " Little Thomas " of the Mohawk and Moore and Burgess Minstrels, concluding with Little Thomas's Greatest Success, " My Sarah."

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Rouse.
Unknown: Charles Coborn
Unknown: Julie MacKey
Unknown: Connie Ediss
Unknown: Marie Lloyd
Unknown: Vesta Tilley
Unknown: Frank Leo
Unknown: Charlie Lee

: 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN and WEATHER FORECAST.

S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. R. D. S. MoMILLAN on "Charles
Dickens." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. R. D. S. Momillan

: POPULAR ORCHESTRAL PROGRAMME

(Continued).
WALTZES, OLD and NEW.
The Orchestra.
Jerome Murphy in Songs and Stories.
The Orchestra.

: Close down.

Announcer : J. G. Broadhent.

Contributors

Announcer: J. G. Broadhent.








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