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: Band of the 1st Batt. THE WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT

and ORGAN RECITAL, relayed from York Minster.

: " French Proverbs and Fables "

by Mmo. de Walmont.
4.15-5.0.
Programme relayed from the Ideal Home Exhibition at
Olympia.
FOR THE CHILDREN: A
Play.

: KATE WINTER (Soprano).

GEORGE PIZZEY (Baritone).
GRACE IVELL and VIVIAN WORTH
(Entertainers).
THE CASANO OCTET.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Travel Talk by Sir CURTIS LAMPSON , Bart. : " Lithuania."

Contributors

Talk By: Sir Curtis Lampson

: Weber.

Pianoforte Sonatas.
Interpreted by CHARLES KELLY.
VI.
3rd Sonata, Op. 49, in D Minor:
(b) Andante con moto; (c)
Rondo Presto.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kelly.

: For Love of the Flag

Six Radioviews of Love and War in Northern Africa, founded on "Ouida's" famous novel, "Under Two Flags."
By Amyas Young.
Directed by R. E. JEFFREY.
Time : The Period of the Second Empire.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS.
For the purpose of this production, only those scenes laid in Algeria have been taken. Listeners are told the story of Bertie Cecil , the rightful head of the House of Royallieu, who endured long years as a trooper in the Chasseurs d'Afrique, that he might save the family name, the honour of which had been prejudiced by his brother's fault; how he made a name for himself as a warrior respected by friend and foe alike ; how, all unconsciously, he won the love of the vivandiere, Cigarette, and how, for the honour of France, his life was saved by her sacrifice.

Contributors

Directed By: R. E. Jeffrey.
Unknown: Bertie Cecil

: The Wireless Quartet

Wee Georgie Wood in Character Studies.

THE QUARTET.
(Violin, Flute, Harp and Organ).
Solitude - Marjorie Meade
Melody in F - Rubinstein, arr. K. A. Wright
Barcarolle from the Tales of Hoffmann - Offenbach, arr. K. A. Wright
Sing Me to Sleep Greene, arr. K. A. - Wright

: Students' Choruses.

THE WIRELESS CHORUS:
Led by RAYMOND NEWELL (Bass).

Contributors

Bass: Raymond Newell

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. R. B. ALAWAY : " Football in Many Lands."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. R. B. Alaway

: DANCE MUSIC.

SAVOY ORPHEANS, SAVOY
HAVANA HAND, and SAVOY TANGO BAND from the Savoy
Hotel.








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