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: Camp Life for Children

, by Major
T. J. Faithfull.

Contributors

Unknown: T. J. Faithfull.

: Concert

The " 2LO " Octet.
BARBARA CLARK (Soprano). MICHAEL HANRAHAM
(Baritone).

Contributors

Soprano: Barbara Clark

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Old
Plantation Days." The Octet and the Wireless Chorus.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Sir JOHN RUSSELL : " The Life of the Countryside."

Contributors

Unknown: Sir John Russell

: J. S. B.

CLAUD BIGGS (Solo Pianoforte) : Preludes and Fugues (Bach) :
No. 6 (D Minor), Book 11 ; No. 5 (D Major), and No. 9 (E Major), Book I ; No. 17 (A Flat Major), Book II.

Contributors

Unknown: Claud Biggs

: Mr. CLIFFORD COLLINSON

" The Creeping Idol."

: GEOFFREY CLAYTON

Presents
The Templars.
(HILDA, KITTEN, MAVIS,
PHYLLIS, GEOFFREY,
GRAHAM and JACK.)

: Variety.

FLORENCE MARKS
(Irish Songs and Stories).
LIAM WALSH (Irish Pipes).
ALVIN KEECH (Banjulele Banjo).
RONALD GOURLEY
(Entertainer).
FODEN WILLIAMS
(Entertainer).
FODEN WILLIAMS in Selections from his Repertoire.
LIAM WALSH. "The Butcher's March.""Saddlc the Pony," Irish Jig.
RONALD GOURLEY in Songs at the Piano.

Contributors

Unknown: Alvin Keech
Unknown: Foden Williams
Unknown: Liam Walsh.

: . FLORENCE MARKS.

Song, " Widow Machree "Country Song, " The Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe " ALVIN KEECH in Syncopated Songs with Banjulele Banjo.-LIAM WALSH. " The Rambling Pitchfork,"- Irish
Double Jig.
" The Portlaw Reel," Irish Reel.
RONALD GOURLEY.
Improvisations and Whistling
Solos.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Major L.R. TOSSWILL :
" England and Wales."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Major L.R. Tosswill

: THE SAVOY HAVANA BAND

and THE SAVOY TANGO BAND. Relayed from the Savoy Hotel,
London.








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