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: SYBIL THORNDIKE andLEWIS CASSON

in "The Death of Queen Katherinp " from
Shakespeare's " Henry VIII. "
Special Incidental Music Composed and conducted bv
JOHN FOULDS.

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Viii.
Unknown: John Foulds.

: CarolsByBlind Musicians and Poets.

Relayed from
St. Philip's Church, Kensington.

: SERVICE.

S.B, from Birmingham.
Hymn, "Bethlehem of Noblest
Cities " (English Hymnal, No. 40).
Reading.
Religious Address by Mrs.
GEORGE CADBURY.
Hymn, "Hail to the Lord's
Anointed" (English Hymnal, No. 45).
ORGAN RECITAL bv
W. H. HICKOX, Mus. Doc., relayed from
St. Philip's Church, Kensington.

: This Week's Good Cause

The
National Children's Home and Orphanage. Appeal by Sir CHARLES C. WAKEFIELD , Bt., C.B.E.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles C. Wakefield

: WEATHER FORECAST AND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Local News.
THE OLOF SOLOIST SEXTET.
Directed by VICTOR OLOF.
VICTOR OLOF (Violin) ;
FRANK HOWARD (Viola) ;
JOHN FRY (Violin);
GRANVILLE BRITTON
(Violoncello):
SIDNEY CROOKE (Piano):
VICTOR WATSON
(Double Bass).
BRABAZON LOWTHER
(Baritone).
ISABEL GRAY (Solo Pianoforte).

Contributors

Directed By: Victor Olof.
Violin: Granville Britton
Piano: Sidney Crooke
Piano: Victor Watson

: BRABAZON LOWTHER.

Impromptu Solos by Members of the SEXTET.
ISABEL GRAY.








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