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: Lunch-time Music from the Holborn Restaurant

Speeches at a Luncheon given to THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM by THE LONDON DISTRICT of THE INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISTS.
Relayed from the Criterion Restaurant.

: The PRIME MINISTER

proposes the Toast :
" Our Australian Visitors."

: Reply to Toast

by Mr.H. L. COLLINS
(Captain of the Australian Eleven) and Mr. SIDNEY SMITH
(Manager of the Team).

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Sidney Smith

: Toast

"The Chairman."
Proposed by the Rt. Hon. F. S. JACKSON, M.P.
Response by Mr. ALAN PITT ROBBINS (Chairman of the London District of the Institute of Journalists).

Contributors

Unknown: Rt. Hon. F. S. Jackson
Unknown: Mr. Alan Pitt

: Louis Levy's Orchestra

, relayed from the Shepherd's Bush Pavilion.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Songs with Choruses by J. R. Castling. " Reginald Rat the Robber " (Olwen Bowen ). " Cracker. My Dog Friend (2), by Harold Thompson.
1st of Series.

Contributors

Unknown: J. R. Castling.
Unknown: Olwen Bowen
Unknown: Harold Thompson.

: Lecture and Counter Lecture

IN AID OF
KING EDWARD'S HOSPITAL
FUND FOR LONDON.
"Are Critics Taken Too Seriously ? "
Mr. HENRY AINLEY
Mr. JAMES AGATE
Chairman :
Mr. W. B. MAXWELL.
Relayed from
The London School of Economics.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Henry Ainley
Unknown: Mr. James Agate
Unknown: Mr. W. B. Maxwell.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE
BAND:
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

French Reading by M. STEPHAN ,
" L'Etui de Nacre."

Contributors

Reading By: M. Stephan

: Mendelssohn.

Selected Pianoforte Works.
Interpreted by MAURICE COLE.
Prelude and Fugue in E Minor,
Op. 35.
Andante and Rondo Capriecioso,
Op. 14.

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cole.

: Dame HENRIETTA BARNETT

D.B.E., and the Rt.
Hon. Lord BURNHAM:
" The Influence of the Press."

: Cowboy Songs and Stories.

FREDERIC COLLIER (Baritone).
JAMES CAREW (Stories).
FREDERIC COLLIER. The Rancher's Daughter " ; Night - Herding Song " The Skewball Black."
JAMES CAREW (Cowboy Stories).

Contributors

Baritone: Frederic Collier
Unknown: Frederic Collier.
Unknown: James Carew

: THE LONDON RADIODANCE BAND

Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.
In a Syncopated Programme.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: Brass Quartet from

THE BESSES 0' TH' BARX
BAND

: . WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Prof. D. F. TOVEY, Mus.Doc., Music and the Ordinary Lis" tener." S.B. from Edinburgh.
Local News.

: DANCE MUSIC.

BERT FIRMAN 'S CARLTON
HOTEL BAND, from the Carlton Hotel.

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Firman








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