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: Transmission to Schools

Mrs.
H. A. L. Fisher , " Pictures of English History-Britain in the Roman Empire."

Contributors

Unknown: H. A. L. Fisher

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Songs by J. R. Castling. " Butterscotia" (5), told by Uncle Peter. "True Fish Stories," by L.G.M. of the Mail,

Contributors

Songs By: J. R. Castling.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. W. M. R. PRTNGLE : "Doings and Personalities in Parliament."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. M. R. Prtngle

: THE HALLE ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Sir HAMILTON HARTY.
Relayed from the Free Trade Hall, Manchester.
"Symphonie Fantastique "Berlioz

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Hamilton Harty.

: " DRAKE."

by LOUIS N. PARKER
A shortened version presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
LYN HARDING-as Drake.
EDYTH GOODALL-as Quee'i
Elizabeth.
HOWARD ROSE-as Thomas
Doughty.
(Lyn Harding and Howard Rose were in the original production at His Majesty's Theatre, 1912.)
Descriptive Note for Listeners.
With Queen Elizabeth's sanction.
Drake sets out from his quiet garden at Plymouth on his wonderful voyage round the world. In tpite of mutiny. storms and shipwreck, he returns triumphant and is given a tremendous and royal greeting at Deptford. where crowds gather to see the Golden Hind.
Some time later, lie again sets sail after the famous game of bowls on Plymouth Hoe, this time to meet tho formidable Spanish Armada. On board the little Revenge on this occasion he vanquishes his foe once more, and afterwards there is a great thanksgiving service at St. Paul's.

Contributors

Unknown: Louis N. Parker
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.
Presented By: Lyn Harding-As Drake.
Unknown: Lyn Harding
Unknown: Howard Rose

: SYDNEY ROSENBLOOM

in a Piano Recital of his own compositions.

: DANCE MUSIC.

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








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