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: Tenth Children's Concert.

Arranged by the PEOPLE'S CONCERT
SOCIETY.
Part 1.
1.-Introduction.
ETHEL HOBDAY.
3.-Song by the Audience.
Part II.
1.-Introduction.
2. Madrigals:
KATHLEEN VINCENT,
MONA BENSON,
GEOFFREY DUNN,
FREDERICK WOODHOUSE.
3 -Nursery Rhymes Set to Music for Vocal Quartet (//. Walford Davies). " Thomas and Annis" ; " Lullaby and Willie Winkte."

: NELLIE EDWARDS (Soprano)

PERCIVAL DRIVER
(Baritone).

: FOR THE CHILDREN.

Songs by Madeleine Whitfield ,
" The Key to Basement Bungalow. "
" The Wicked Uncle Gets
' Wodged.' "

Contributors

Songs By: Madeleine Whitfield

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to all Stations.
A Summary of the Wireless
Papers for the Week.
" My Day's Work," by A LONDON
TUBE DRIVER.

: Mr. PERCY SCHOLES

Musical Criticism.

: "WHAT IS THIS?"

Often Listeners must have been tantalised by the way in which a familiar tune eludes all attempts to find its name. To-night's Programme of well-known music will afford an opportunity of playing this fascinating game by trying to anticipate the announcement which will be made after, instead of before, each item.

: "MERCENARY MARY."

Relayed from THE LONDON
HIPPODROME.

: Nigger Minstrelsy

More Reminiscences of The Old Savannah, Uncle Rastus and The Old South.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

S.B. to a!l Stations.
Air Ministry Talk :
SQUADRON-LEADER
R. N. BROWN (Australian Air
Service).
“ CIVIL AVIATION IN AUSTRALIA." Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: R. N. Brown

: Feature. Leon Goossens

in an Oboe Recital.








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