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The " 2LO " Octet and Herbert Short (Tenor). Ivy Mellor (Soprano). Mr. Pollard Crowther on " Japan." A Garden Chat, by D. Eerdley-Wilmot . Arnold Nickson (Entertainer).

Contributors

Tenor: Herbert Short
Soprano: Pollard Crowther
Unknown: D. Eerdley-Wilmot

: Children's Corner

A Story by Pollard Crowther. Music by the Octet.

Contributors

Story By: Pollard Crowther.

: Prof. A. J. IRELAND

, "The
Struggle between Matilda and Stephen."

: . WEATHER FORECAST and IST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Dr. STORR-BEST, " Moscow, 1924." S.B. from Sheffield.
Local News.
Military Band Night.
CECILIA FARRAR (Soprano).
ROBERT NAYLOR (Tenor).
MABEL FITZGERALD (Entertainer).
ALBA RIZZI (Speciality Pianist).
JACK DUNCANSON (Entertainer).
THE " 2LO " MILITARY BAND.
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr.

Contributors

Soprano: Cecilia Farrar
Tenor: Robert Naylor
Tenor: Mabel Fitzgerald
Pianist: Jack Duncanson
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey

: The Band.

Cecilia Farrar. Jack Duncanson .The Band. Robert Naylor .Mabel Fitzgerald .Alba Rizzi .Mabel Fitzgerald .The Band. Cecilia Farrar and Robert Naylor. The Band.

Contributors

Unknown: Cecilia Farrar
Unknown: Jeck Duncanson
Unknown: Robert Naylor
Unknown: Mabel Fitzgerald
Unknown: Alba Rizzi
Unknown: Mabel Fitzgerald

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. BRUCE BLUNT, " Sport and Sportsmen." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

: The Band.

Cecilia Farrar and Robert Naylor.Jack Duncanson In another Humorous Monologue. The Band.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Duncanson

: THE SAVOY ORPHEANS AND SAVOY HAVANA BANDS

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








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