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: Organ Recital from St. Michael's

Cornhill. Organist,
Harold E. Darke , Mus.Doc.

Contributors

Organist: Harold E. Darke

: Transmission to Schools

Mr. E. Kay Robinson, "The Story of the Plum."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. E. Kay Robinson

: " Vogues and Vanities,"

by Carmen of Cockaigne.

: Orchestra from the East Ham Palais de Danse

conducted by Victor Vorzanger.

Contributors

Conducted By: Victor Vorzanger.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Piano Solos by Auntie Sophie. " The Fight from " Tom Brown 's Schooldays," told by Uncle Rex. " Photography for Young Photographers," by Pollard Crowther.

Contributors

Solos By: Auntie Sophie.
Unknown: Tom Brown

: Dance Music by Alex. Fryer's

Orchestra from the Rialto
Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

" Opportunities Overseas : New
Zealand-Agricultural Possibilities."

: Capt. L. A. R. CAMERON

ou
"Beagling."
ST. ANDREW'S DAY.
"FROM OVER THE BORDER."
Relayed from our Scottish
Stations.

: Dundee. THE DUNDEE GAELIC CHOIR

Conductor,
DOUGLAS K. PATRICK.

Contributors

Conductor: Douglas K. Patrick.

: Dundee. .-Stories

by Lord ABERDEEN.
The Pipers will play:
Old Scottish Dances, etc.

: THE ROYAL SCOTTISH CORPORATION 261ST ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL DINNER.

The Rt. Hon.
,STANLEY BALDWIN, M.P., in the Chair. Speech relayed from the Holborn Restaurant.

: ANNE BALLANTINE.

Glasgow.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: " A SLICE OF SCOTTISH LIFE."

By Allan Macbeth.
A Dour Domestic Drama of the Dreary Hielans.

Contributors

Unknown: Allan MacBeth.

: Dr. ARCHIBALD FLEMING.

" The Story of St. Andrew."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. JULIAN S. HUXLEY :
"The Stream of Life-Nature and Nurture."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Julian S. Huxley








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