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: Camille Couturier's Orchestra

relayed from Restaurant Frascati.

: Transmission to Schools

Mr.'
J. C. Stobart and Miss Mary Somerville, " Heroes of Fiction -Kipling's Kim."

Contributors

Unknown: C. Stobart

: " Out of Doors

" by A. Bonnet Laird.

: Organ Recital by F. ROW-LAND TIMS

A.R.C.O., relayed from the Capitol Theatre, Haymarket.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Toddy Toadstool and Quacka Duck ," by Dorothy Grenside. " More About Locomotive Engine?," hy C. J. Allen.

Contributors

Unknown: Quacka Duck
Unknown: Dorothy Grenside.
Unknown: J. Allen.

: Dance Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S
ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: The Week's Work in the Garden

by the Royal Horticultural Society.

: Weather FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

The Rev. D. H. S. CRANAGE ;
Litt.D., " Life in the Old Monasteries-Arts and Crafts, the Farmery."

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. D. H. S. Cranage

: Chopin.

Interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI.
The Twenty Four Preludes, Op. 28.
Part III. '
Preludes 17-24.

: The Rev. Dr. WALTER A.

MURSELL, M.A. : "On Making Mistakes." S.B. from Aberdeen.

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

THE ÆOLlAN PLAYERS:
CONSTANCE IZARD (Violin); REBECCA CLARKE (Viola);
JOSEPH SLATER (Flute); GORDON BRYAN (Piano).
Part I.-Classical.
Trio in A Major for Flute, Violin and Piano ............ Handel A ndante-Allegro-Larghetto-
Polonaise-Gavotte.
Trio in E Flat for Violin, Viola and Piano ............ Mozart
Andante - Minuetto - Allegretto.
Aria con Variazioni from Duo in B Flat for Flute and Viola alone .............. Beethoven
Part II.-Modern.
Three Movements from Suite Breve for Flute, Viola and Piano
Rohozinski
Assez-Vite-Modere- Vite.
Terzetto for Flute. Violin and Viola, Op. 32 ... Henri Marteau
(First Performance in. England.)
Allegro Giocoso-Andante quasi
Adagio-Tempo di Valse Lente Allegro con Marcia.
Chinese Puzzle for Flute, Violin,
Viola and Piano Rebecca Clarke
(First Performance of this
Arrangement.)

Contributors

Viola: Rebecca Clarke
Flute: Joseph Slater
Piano: Gordon Bryan
Unknown: Henri Marteau
Piano: Rebecca Clarke

: The Old Willow-Plate

A Musical Sketch by ROBERT WILFORD , by arrangement with AMY ELSTOB.
Music by MARK STRONG .
Characters :
Scene I.-The Willow-Plate.
Scene II-The Old Willow-Plate
-the willow tree in flower, the peach tree full bud. Time, evening.
Scene III.-Peach tree in full blossom, willow drooping and faded. Time, daytime-a week later.
Scene IV.-The Broken Willow-Plate.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA: Conducted by DAN GODFREY.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.

The Mandarin Kaladin - ROBERT CHIGNELL
Ta-Jui (a Wealthy Chinese) - JACK STRAW
Chang (the Mandarin's Secretary) - ERIC GREEN
Tae-Wan (a Young Gardener) - STANLEY RILEY
Li-Chi (the Mandarin's Only Child) - MARY CRAUFURD
Hita (Li-Chi's Maid) - GLADYS LACK

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Wilford
Arrangement With: Amy Elstob.
Music By: Mark Strong
Conducted By: Dan Godfrey.
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.

: Weather FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. E. WEEKLEY , M.A.,"The
Romance of Words-Worlds and Dr. Johnson." S.B. from Nottingham.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: E. Weekley

: Claud Pollard andIsabel Gray

(Duets for Two Pianos).








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