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: Transmission to Schools

Prof.
L. W. Lyde , " Applied Geography."

Contributors

Unknown: L. W. Lyde

: " My Part of the Country

" by A. Bonnet Laird.

: Music

relayed from the Capitol
Theatre. Haymarket.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Piano Improvisations by Uncle Jeff. The Tale of the Bad Little Jackal, told by Elizabeth Clark. Recitations by Howard Rose.

Contributors

Told By: Elizabeth Clark.
Unknown: Howard Rose.

: DANCE MUSIC

bv
ALEX FRYER'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

.
S.B. to all Statio s.
"Musical Sounds-The 'Brass'
Instruments." Talk prepared bv the late Prof. E. H. BARTON , D.Sc-,Lond., F.R.S. S.B. to all Stations.

Contributors

Unknown: E. H. Barton

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. to all
Stations.

: " The Week's Work in the

Garden," by the Royal Horticultural Society.

: Mr. FRANK BRYANT

" The
Old Scholar."

: THE ROOSTERS

in Some Reminiscences of Jerusalem.
Including Excerpts from their Original Burlesque Pantomime produced in that City.

: Fireside Memories.

The Roosters talk over B.E.F. days, and incidentally hear from ' Sergeant Hurcomb how he received the keys of Jerusalem.

: JEWISH AND YIDDISH FOLK SONGS

and Instrumental Music based thereon.
Given bv
HILDA AMMO (Soprano).
RAYMOND ELLIS (Baritone).
KATIE GOLDSMITH
(Solo Violin) and EFFIE KALISZ (Solo Pianoforte).
Stories told by MORRIS HARVEY.

Contributors

Baritone: Raymond Ellis
Baritone: Katie Goldsmith
Baritone: Effie Kalisz
Told By: Morris Harvey.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BUL

LETIN. S.B. to all Stations.
Mr. EDWARD CRESSY : " The
Engineer in Adventure-Fever and Flood in an Indian Jungle." S.B. from Manchester.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Edward Cressy








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