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: Organ Recital from St. Michael's

Cornhill. Organist,
Dr. Harold E. Dark?.

: "A Trip to Tunis,"

by Effa Mvers.

Contributors

Unknown: Effa Mvers.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Piano Solos by the Cloud Lady. Songs by Uncle Rex. " Ivanhoe" (I), told by* Uncle Rex. A Talk on Stamps.

: Dance Music by Alex Fryer's Orchestra

from the Rialto
Theatre.
An Appeal on behalf of the Queen Charlotte Maternity Hospital by Mrs. Kendall.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN

.
Mr. DESMOND MACCARTHY
Literary Criticism.

: J. S. B.

CLAUD BIGGS (Solo Pianoforte): Four Preludes and Fugues selected from the famous " Forty Eight," by John Sebastian Bach:
No. 21 in B Flat Major. No. 11 in F Major No. 7.in E Flat.
No. 3 in C Sharp, from Book 1.

Contributors

Unknown: Claud Biggs
Unknown: John Sebastian

: Mr. FILSON YOUNG

"On
Keeping Diaries." -

: THE LONDON WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.

WALLACE CUNNINGHAM
(Entertainer).
Songs and Stories.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: Works by Percy Pitt.

Conducted by the Composer.
An English Rhapsody :
Prelude, Act II., " Paola and Franceses.
Waltz. " Cinderella."
KATE WINTER (Soprano).
Spring Time " Serenade "
Ballad for Violin and Orchestra.
(Solo Violin.
ALFRED BARKER. )
Suite, " Sakura."

Contributors

Violin: Alfred Barker.

: "THE DWELLER IN THEDARKNESS."

A Play of the Unknown in One
Act.
Written for Broadcasting by Reginald Berkeley .
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
Characters :
(In the order of their speaking.)
The scene is a card room at
Hardenby Court, a large house rented furnished by Mr. Vyner. The room is a comfortable one, with shaded electric lights and a parquet floor. The time and the characters will be made plain in the course of the play.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Reginald Berkeley
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.








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