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: "A Garden Chat "

by Marion
Cran, F.R.H.S.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Scenes on the Village Green," by the Wireless Chorus and the Octet.

: Tea-Time. . PAUL MOULDER'S RIVOLI THEATRE ORCHESTRA

from
The Rivoli Theatre, Whitechapel. PIERINA ROSELLI (Soprano).
RICHARD HARRIS and CHARLES TREHARNE
(Baritone and Tenor Duets).

Contributors

Soprano: Richard Harris

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mrs. ALEC TWEEDIE : "A Railway Accident in Siberia.".

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Alec Tweedie

: Rachmaninov.

Twenty-four Preludes (Op. 2).
Interpreted by STEPHEN WEARING
(Solo Pianoforte).
Session 6.
Preludes, E Minor (Op. 32, No. 4).
E Major (Op. 32, No. 3). E Flat Minor (Op. 32,
No. 13).
G Flat Minor (Op. 23,
No. 9).

: Wireless League Talk

by Sir
LANDON RONALD.

Contributors

Unknown: Landon Ronald.

: VARIETY.

GRACE IVELL and VIVIAN WORTH
(Syncopated Songs).
HELEN MAR.
In Storios.
BILLY MAYERL.
Piano Solos and Improvisations.
THE ST. JAMES'S STRING
SEXTET.

Contributors

Piano: Billy Mayerl.

: "I I PAGLIACCI "

(Leoncavallo).
Scene 1.
Performed bv
THE BRITISH NATIONAL
OPERA COMPANY.
Relayed from
The Opera House, Manchester.

: . " I Pagliacci."

Scene 2.
Relayed from Manchester.

: DANCE MUSIC.

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








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