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: Transmission to Schoola. Mr. G. N. Pingriff

M.A., B.Sc, " Our Earth and its Neighbours-The Moon."

: Concert

The " 2LO Trio and Mabel Wilder (Contialto). My Part of the Country," by A. Bonnet Laird. " A Woman of Carthage," by Helen Townroe.

Contributors

Unknown: Mabel Wilder
Unknown: A. Bonnet Laird.
Unknown: Helen Townroe.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

" Prince
Darling," from " Curly Heads and Long Legs," told by Auntie Ivette. Music by Uncle Jeff. " More About Bees," by Catherine Wiens. " A Story by Auntie Yvette. "

Contributors

Told By: Auntie Ivette.
Unknown: Catherine Wiens.
Story By: Auntie Yvette.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN. .

S.B. to all Stations.
Principal C. GRANT ROBERTSON , C.V.O.,
M.A., " Makers of the Empire--Chat-ham." S.B. from Birmingham.

Contributors

Unknown: Grant Robertson

: Light Music.

S.B. to all Stations except
Belfast.

: Mr. RICHARD NORTHCOTT

Doni. zetti's Musical Box." S.B. to other Stations.
"Old Times."
A Programme of MUSIC HALL SONGS OF YEARS GONE
BY.
Scene : An Old Music Hall.
Chairman, CHARLES COBORN. THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr., is in attendance.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Coborn.
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey

: The Orchestra.

PADDY BOSTON,
Veteran Comedian and Clog Dancer.
RAY WALLACE in Impressions of Vesta. Victoria, Kate Carney, Ada Reeve, Victoria Monks, Connie Ediss, Cliff
Ryland, Minnie Cunningham, Gertie Gitana, Harry Champion, Marie Lloyd, Vesta Tilley, and the lato J. W. Rowley, the celebrated Yorkshire Comedian, in his popular song, " A Starry Night and a Beautiful Girl." FRANK WOOD in Impressions of R. S. Knowles, " Benches in the Park.' Gus Elen," A Nice Quiet Day." George Bastow, " Varmer Giles."
Harry Randall, " You Have to Have 'Em." George Beauchamp, " Dear Little Dicky
Bird."
Eugene Stratton, " The Octoroon."
Mark Sheridan, " Do a Lot of Things at the Seaside."
Charles Godfrey, " The Golden Wedding."

: Half-an-Hour of the OLD " STARS OF VARIETY."

Tom Costello. Marie Collins.
Maggie Rimmer. T. W. Barrett. Arthur Albert. Florrie Robina. Johnny Dwyer. Harry Wedburn.

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Costello.
Unknown: Marie Collins.
Unknown: Maggie Rimmer.
Unknown: T. W. Barrett.
Unknown: Arthur Albert.
Unknown: Florrie Robina.
Unknown: Johnny Dwyer.
Unknown: Harry Wedburn.

: The Orchestra.

CHARLES COBORN,
The Veteran Walking Comedian, in Some of His Old Favourites, including
" The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte
Carlo."

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Prof. R. PEERS , M.A., "Wealth and Wellbeing." S.B. from Nottingham.
"The Week's Work in the Garden," by the Royal Horticultural Society. S.B. to other Stations.
Local News.
In Commemoraticn of the Coronation of His Majesty the King. S.B. to other Stations.

Contributors

Unknown: R. Peers

: THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS.

Conducted by PERCY PITT.

Contributors

Conducted By: Percy Pitt.








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