S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. HARTLEY WITHERS on " International Payments." S.B. to all Stations.
Miscellaneous Light Programme.
NELLIE WALKER (Contralto) in Weatherlv Songs.
EDITH KELLY-LANGE (Solo Violin). TONI FARRELL (Speciality Pianist). THE AMBOYNA BANJO QUARTET.
Edith Kelly-Lange .
Irish Airs arranged by J. F. Larchet , introducing: " Emer's Farewell," "The Wind that Shakes the Barley and the Flowers of Donnybrook," " The Wheel-wright," and the Reel, " New Potatoes."
"THE PERFECT PAIR."
(Vera Beringer. )
Scene : The Drawing-room in the Willinghams' House.
" Fate," Fox-trot.
Also as it would have been treated by Brahms and Liszt.
Nellie Walker. Quartet.
S.B. to all Stations except Manchester.
" The Week's Work in the Garden," by the Royal Horticultural Society. S.B. to all Stations except Manchester. Mr. DOUGLAS KENNEDY , of the Folk
Dance Society, on " The Country Dance " (1). S.B. to all Stations except Manchester. Local News.
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