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: Organ Recital from St. Micahel's

Cornhill. Organist, Harold E. Darke

Contributors

Organist: Harold E. Darke

: Transmission to Schools

Mr. E. Kay Robinson , " British Wild Animals-The Bats."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. E. Kay Robinson

: " Vogues and Vanities "

by Carmen of Cockaigne.

: DE PIETRO

with JOAN
REVEL, and his Italian Orchestra from the New Prince's
Restaurant.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Piano
Solos by Edith Welsh. " Why the Cat Laughed," told by Auntie Kathleen. " Ivanhoe " (2), told by Uncle Rex.

Contributors

Solos By: Edith Welsh.
Told By: Auntie Kathleen.

: Dance Music

by Alex Fryer 's Orchestra from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: Boys' Brigade

Boys' Life Brigade, and Church Lads' Brigade
Bulletins.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. JAMES AGATE : Dramatic
Criticism.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. James Agate

: MAURICE COLE playing

Chopin's Studies, Op. 10, Part I.

: Mr. H. C. CHARLETON

M.P.,
" A Day on the Footplate of the Scotch Express."
CHAMBER MUSIC.
THE AEOLIAN PLAYERS.
JOSEPH SLATER (Flute).
CONSTANCE IZARD (Violin).
REBECCA CLARKE (Viola).
GORDON BRYAN (Pianoforte).

Contributors

Flute: Joseph Slater
Violin: Constance Izard
Viola: Rebecca Clarke
Pianoforte: Gordon Bryan

: THE GRAND HOTEL

EASTBOURNE, ORCHESTRA.
Under the Direction of ALBERT SANDLER.
Relayed from the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne.
THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Sandler.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. H. II. TURNER : " Big
Telescopes and What They Tell Us." Relayed from Oxford.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: H. Ii.

: HARRY DEARTH

The Popular Baritone,
In a Recital of Songs.
"Tommy Lad. "
" The Company Sergeant-Major" "Stone-Cracker John. " " It's a Beautiful Day." "Tho Fortune Hunter." "A Dinder Courtship."

Contributors

Songs: Tommy Lad.
Unknown: Stone-Cracker John.








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