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: Music

played during Luncheon at the Hotel Metropole.

: Transmission to Schools

" Southward With the Prince-The Cape and its Hinterland."

: The Adventures of Petronella: 2

by Constance Coventry.

Organ Music, relayed from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion.

"Romances of the Stage: Polly Peachum," by Violet M. Methley.

Contributors

Unknown: Polly Peachum
Unknown: Violet M. Methley.

: Children's Corner

Irish Songs and Poems, by Jerome Murphy.

"Blue Pots," by Mabel Marlowe (from "The Wiggly Weasel").

"The Mumming Bird and the Hawk-Mother," by Rachel Pierson (from "Among the Night-Folk")

Contributors

Unknown: Jerome Murphy
Unknown: Mabel Marlowe
Unknown: Rachel Pierson

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
PERCY SCHOLES , the B.B.C. Music
Critic. S.B. to all Stations

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Scholes

: Mr. Alan Cobham

will give a flying lesson to his pupil, Miss Cathleen Nesbitt. S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Cathleen Nesbitt.
Written By: Jane Savage
Produced By: R. E. Jeffrey.

: Romances of the Dance

Written by Jane Savage
Produced by R. E. Jeffrey.
The Dance Music of Various Centuries pictured in Dramatic Episodes of the Times.
1423. Hungary: "The Festival of the Romanies" (The Czardas).
1492. Spain: "The Rose of Seville" (Bolero-Fandango-Sarabande).
1625. France: "The Episode of the Diamond Stud" (Minuet-Pavane).
(Founded on an Incident in "The Three Musketeers.")
1660. Hounslow Heath: "Claude Duval Dances a Coranto."
1669. Drury Lane: "Nell Gwyn Bids the Stage Farewell" (Waltz).
1711. St. Petersburg: "A Tragedy of an Empress" (Polonaise - Cossack Dance).
1745. Edinburgh: "Bonnie Prince Charlie Leads the Dance" (Highland Schottische Sword Dance).
1815. Any English Village: "High Jinks on the Green" (Maypole Dance - Sir Roger de Coverley).
The Characters in the various Scenes will be interpreted by chosen Players. Dances will be played by the Wireless Orchestra, and the names of them will be announced prior to each Scene.

Contributors

Unknown: Claude Duval
Unknown: Nell Gwyn

: A Brief Interlude by " Quips

" who will give No. 14 of his "The World in Anecdote " Series-" Literary Lapses."

: Weather Forecast and 2nd General News Bulletin

S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. H. de VERE STACPOOLE, " A Plea for the Seabirds."
S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

: A POPULAR SYMPHONY.

Symphony No. 6 (The " Surprise ") Haydn
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr.

Contributors

Conducted By: Dan Godfrey








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