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: Concert

: The " 2LO " Trio. K. J. Key and Margaretta Meaden (Duets). Mamie Fenton (Entertainer). "London Past and Present-(4)," by Dorothy Monro. " A Garden Chat, by D. Eardley Wilmot.

Contributors

Unknown: K. J. Key
Unknown: Margaretta Meaden
Unknown: Mamie Fenton
Unknown: Dorothy Monro.
Unknown: D. Eardley Wilmot.

: Children's Corner

"Ting-a-ling Borne" and "The Bun," from "Picture Tales from the Russian," by Valery Carrick, translated by Kevill Forbes. Children's News.

Contributors

Unknown: Valery Carrick
Translated By: Kevill Forbes.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Sir GILBERT GREENALL , " Pigs." S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Gilbert Greenall

: Light Music.

S.B. to all Stations.

: Mr. H. J. LEWIS

" Light-Weight Camp. ing." S.B. to Aberdeen. Local News.
Musical Comedy Might.
DORIS VANE (Soprano).
SYBIL MADEN (Contralto).
JOHN PERRY (Tenor).
K1NGSLEY LARK (Baritone).
MARCIA BOURN and LENA COPPING
(Duettists).
B. I. STEPHENSON (Entertainer). THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Juur.

Contributors

Tenor: John Perry
Baritone: Marcia Bourn
Unknown: B. I. Stephenson
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey

: " KATOUMA ".

or " AN ARABIAN MORN." Libretto by Kingsley Lark.
Music by Arthur Wood.
Scene : Court yard of an Arabian Merchant's
House.
Cast :

Contributors

Music By: Arthur Wood.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Talk under the auspices of the Automobile Association, S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

: THE SAVOY ORPHEANS

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








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