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: VIVIEN LAMBELET

(Mezzo-Soprano).

: HENRY AINLEY

MADGE TITHERADGE,and their Company in "MUCH ADO ABOUT
NOTHING
(Act IV., Scene. 1.).
Characters, in order of their speaking:
Leonato ..ST. BARBE WEST
(The first of what it is hoped may be a series of theatrical broadcasts given prior to the date of London production Much Ado About Nothing " will be produced at the New Theatre on February 6th)

: Organ Recital

by FRANCIS SUTTON.
Relayed from
St. Stephen's, Walbrook.
The Great G Minor Fugue. .Bach Fanthsie in E Flat...Saint-Saens

Contributors

Unknown: Francis Sutton.

: Studio Service.

Hymn, " Ye Watchers and Ye
Holy Ones (E. H., 519).
Bible Reading.
Address by the Rev. H. C. DE
CANDOLE, Dean Designate of Bristol.
Hymn, " Saviour, When In Dust
To Thee " (Aberystwyth) (E. H., 87).

: Organ Recital

(Continued).
Solemn Melody .. Walford Davies Grand Fantasia in F Minor
Mozart

: The Week's Good Cause

Local
Hospital Wireless Funds.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Local News.
FRANZ SCHUBERT.
Born January 31st. 1797.
PERCY HEMING
(Baritone).
WILLIAM MURDOCH
(Solo Pianoforte).
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by PERCY PITT. '

Contributors

Unknown: Franz Schubert.
Conducted By: Percy Pitt.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Overture, " Fierrabras."
PERCY HEMING.
Aria, " In Bonds of Sacred
Friendship " (Alfonso and Estrella).

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Heming.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Ballet Music, " Rosamunde."

: WILLIAM MURDOCH

(with Orchestra).

: PERCY HEMING.

" Serenade."
" To Music."
" The Wraith."
" Impatience."
WILLIAM MURDOCH. ;
" Moments Musical," in F Minor,
Opus 94, No. 3.
" Hark, Hark, the Lark." Impromptu in B Flat.

Contributors

Unknown: William Murdoch.








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