THE LONDON CHAMBER WIND
All of the London Symphony Orchestra.
FRANK ALMGILL (Flute).
WALTER HINCHLIFF (Oboe and Cor
EDWARD AUGARDE (Clarinet). JOHN ALEXANDER (Bassoon).
PROBYN FRANK (Horn).
DOROTHY HOWELL (Solo Pianoforte). 7.45.-Selected Poetry Readings.
RONALD GOURLEY , HARRY EAST .)
Trio, "A Land for Heroes," by the Trio.
Song, " Roses and Wedding Bells," by Margaret Glanville. (23)
Music and Humour by Ronald Gourley. Trio, " Old Japan."
Humorous Song, " In the Thick of the Fight," by Harry East. (13)
Scena, " Spooney Lane ," by the Trio.
(1) Introduction; (2) "The Modem Lovers"; (3) "The Old-fashioned Lovers"; (4) "The Coster Lovers."
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.
Mr. DOUGLAS KENNEDY , of the Folk
Dance Society, on " The Folk Song." S.B. to all Stations. Local News.
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