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: THE " BAHYAN BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA

Conducted by 'VLADIMIR LAUNITZ.
(Phantasy on a Russian Folk
Tune.)

Contributors

Conducted By: Vladimir Launitz.

: PArL MOLCHANOFF.

" Doubinouska " (Folk Song).
HELEN DE FREY.
" Do Not Reproach Me, Beloved "
(Folk Song).
(Accompanied by the Composer.)
THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Song: Helen de Frey.

: C. AUBREY SMITH

Reading
"THE COUNTRY DOCTOR," from " Adventures in Contentment," by David Grayson.
4.45-5.30.
Organ Recital by HAROLD E. DARKE.
Relayed from
St. Michael's, Cornhill.

Contributors

Unknown: David Grayson.
Unknown: Harold E. Darke.

: Service.

Hymn, " For All the Saints " (A. and M., No. 437).
Bible Reading. - Address bv the REV. ALEX-ANDER BUTLER, Whitefields
Tabernacle, Tottenham Court Road. Hymn, " Who Are These Like Stars Appearing?" (A. and MNo. 427).

: "Blessed Jesu

Fount of Meicy"

: . WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. to all Stations...
Local News.

: Orchestral Programme

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA








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