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: "A Garden Chat"

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

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Cran

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Selections by the Radio Quartet. "The "Who Was that Fellow " Competition.
PAUL MOULDER'S RIVOLI
THEATRE ORCHESTRA.
Relayed from the Rivoli Theatre, Whitechapel.

: Overture

" Maritana " Wallace

: From the Studio

Constance Wentworth (Soprano).
The Orchestra

Contributors

Soprano: Constance Wentworth

: Suite

" Hiawatha "

: From the Studio

Frederic Lake (Tenor).
"Come, Margarita, Come" ("The Martyr of Antioch") Sullivan
"Alleluia" .. G. O'Connor-Morris
Constance Wentworth and Frederic Lake
Local Duets). The Orchestra.

Contributors

Tenor: Frederic Lake

: From the Studio.

FREDERIC LAKE.

Contributors

Unknown: Frederic Lake.

: Weather Forecast and 1st General News Bulletin

Mrs. Charlotte Mansfield: "Madagascar."

Contributors

Speaker: Charlotte Mansfield

: Brahms.

Interpreted by LAFFITTE (Solo Pianoforte).
VI.
Variations on aThemeby Paganini
Op. 35 (Extracts from the Two Books).

: Mr. WILLIAM WALKER

(Little Chivey) : " Music Hall Memories of the 'Nineties,"

: THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Conducted by DAN GODFREY ,
MAURICE COLE
(Solo Pianoforte). Sea Shanties.
JOHN GOSS (Baritone), and THE CATHEDRAL MALE
VOICE QUARTET.
GOSS.

Contributors

Conducted By: Dan Godfrey
Conducted By: Maurice Cole
Baritone: John Goss

: ALBERT SANDLER

and The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne,
Orchestra.
Relayed from the Crand Hotel, Eastbourne.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Sports Talk Mr. P. McWILLlAM
(Scottish International) : " English and Scottish Football and the Coming Match."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. P. McWilllam

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY ORPHEANS,
THE SAVOY HAVANA and the "SAVOY TANGO BANDS.
Relayed trom the Savoy Hotel, London.








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