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: THE OLOF SOLOIST SEXTET.

Victor Olof.
John Fry.
Frank Howard.
Granville Britton.
Victor Watson. Sydney Crook.

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Olof.
Unknown: John Fry.
Unknown: Frank Howard.
Unknown: Granville Britton.
Unknown: Victor Watson.
Unknown: Sydney Crook.

: Transmission to Schools

Sir
H. Walford Davies , Mus.Doc, "Music."

Contributors

Unknown: H. Walford Davies

: “ Auction Bridge

" by "King of Spades."

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL AIR FORCE.

(By permission of the Air
Council.)
Direetor of Music,
Flight-Lieut. J. AMERS.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Amers.

: Children's Corner

The Savoy Orpheans
Mr. H. G. Pouting, F.R.G.S., of Scott's South Pole Expedition, "The Penguins of the Antarctic."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. H. G. Pouting

: Mary Hamlin (Soprano).

THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL
AIR FORCE.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. DESMOND MacCARTHY ,
"Literarv Criticism."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Desmond MacCarthy

: "God Bless the Prince of

Wales," by The Band of H.M. ROYAL AIR FORCE.

: H.R.H. THE PRINCE OFWALES.

A Poppy Day Message on behalf of Earl Haig 's British Legion
Fund.

Contributors

Unknown: Earl Haig

: LIONEL TERTIS

in a Viola Recital.

: By arrangement with THE DICKENS FELLOWSHIP

The B.B.C. Present
Bardell v. pickwick
(The Trial Scene).
A number of well-known public figures will take part, including Sir EDWARD MARSHALL HALL, K.C., Sir HENRY DICKENS , K.C., and Mr. PETT RIDGE.
Directed by DONALD CALTHROP and R. E. JEFFREY.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Edward Marshall
Unknown: Sir Henry Dickens
Directed By: Donald Calthrop
Unknown: R. E. Jeffrey.

: RADIO MILITARY TATTOO.

" RETREAT," bv the DRUMS of the 2ND BATT. SCOTS GUARDS.
INFANTRY MARCH PAST and FIGURE MARCH.
Introducing
THE WIRELESS MILITARY
BAND,
PIPES, DRUMS and FIFES of the 2ND BATT. SCOTS GUARDS.
THE WIRELESS CHOIR.
In Soldier's Songs.
FANFARE.
TRUMPETERS of the LIFE
GUARDS.
ARTILLERY MUSICAL DRIVE “ MARS MECHANICALISED." introducing the Tanks, Anti-Air-craft
Batteries and Aeroplanes .
GRAND FINALE and MARCH
PAST.
NOTE.-The whole of this produc tion will be carried out in tht Studio. The Trumpeters, Pipers, and Drummers of the Regiments named will be present, by the kind permission of their respective Commanding Officers. Listeners are asked to imagine that they are seated opposite the centre of the arena in which the Tattoo is taking place. The various detachments would enter at one end, perform their evolutions and retire by the opposite exit.
These evolutions, and the presence of the detachments performing them, will be suggested by speciallv arranged Sound Effects.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
The Rt. Hon. PHILIP SNOW
DEN, M.P., "Seven Years After Armistice Day."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Hon. Philip Snow

: PRINCE'S TORONTO ORCHESTRA.

ALFREDO and his BAND.
Relayed from
The Prince's Restaurant.








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