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: Symphony Concert. THE ORCHESTRA.

S.B. to other Stations.
DORIS VANE (Soprano).
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by Sir LANDON RONALD .
Part 1.
DORIS VANE.
(With Orchestra.)
THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Soprano: Doris Vane
Conducted By: Sir Landon Ronald

: " THE SONG OF HONOUR."

A Poem by Ralph Hodgson.
Spoken by E. LE BRETON MARTIN.
Part II.
4.45-5.30.
THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Hodgson.
Spoken By: E. Le Breton Martin.

: The Bells

of Crovland Abbey,
Npar Peterborough. S.B. to other Stations.

: Hymn

" When I Survey the Wondrous Cross " (A. and M., No. 108).
Bible Reading.
Anthem. "Blessed be the Lord My Strength (Markham Lee ).
Address by the Rev. Father BAMPTON, S.J., of Farm Street.
Hymn, " Nearer, My God, to Thee" (A. and M., No. 277).

: WEATHER FORECAST and GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.
THE J. H. SQUIRE CELESTE
OCTET:
Leader and Solo Violin,
BERNARD REILLIE.
At the Piano.
FRANK READE.
Under the Personal Direction of J. H. SQUIRE.
DENNIS NOBLE (Baritone).
EDITH PENVILLE (Solo Flute).
S.B. to other Stations.

Contributors

Unknown: J. H. Squire Celeste
Violin: Bernard Reillie.
Piano: Frank Reade.
Unknown: J. H. Squire.

: THE OCTET.

THE OCTET. Cosmopolitan Pot-Pourri, introducing items by Rimsky-Korsakov, Woodforde-Finden, Mozart, Sibelius and Mulder.

: THE OCTET.

" Looking Backward," Milestones in Ballads : THE OCTET.
"Scottish Cameos," a Selection of Traditional Scottish Tunes.








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