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: Organ Recital relayed from St. Michael's, Cornhill.

Organist,
Harold E. Darke. Mus.Doc.

Contributors

Organist: Harold E. Darke.

: Speeches by Lord DERBY

Sir AUSTEN CHAMBERLAIN and The FRENCH AMBASSADOR at a Public Luncheon given by the UNITED ASSOCIATIONS OF GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE. Relayed from the Edward VII. Rooms, Hotel Victoria.

: Transmission to Schools

Mr.
E. Kay Robinson , " Reptiles and Their Allies: What is a Reptile?"

Contributors

Unknown: E. Kay Robinson

: DE PIETRO w i t h his

ITALIAN ORCHESTRA and JOAN REVEL, from the New Prince's Restaurant.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Ivanhoe T r i u m p h a n t," adapted from lvanhoe," "Peter Pannikin and the Kitten" (Ada Leonora Harris). Songs and Pianoforte Solos.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Pannikin

: Dance Music.

ALEX. FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex. Fryer

: Talk.

by the Wireless League.
Discussion between Prof. A. M. LOW and Mr. J. C. WILSON.

Contributors

Unknown: A. M.
Unknown: Mr. J. C. Wilson.

: TIME SlGNAL FROM

WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.
Mr. DESMOND MacCARTHY :
Literary Criticism.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Desmond MacCarthy

: Bach

(1685-1750).
The " 43 " Preludes and Fugues.
Book 11.
(Continued from Week of March 1st.)'
Interpreted by CLAUD BIGGS.
No. 5 (D Major). No. 6 (D Minor).

Contributors

Unknown: Claud Biggs.

: " My Day's Work."

by a LONDON DOCKER.

: Half-an-Hour on the Plantation.

OLIVE KAVANN (Contralto).
STANLEY RILEY (Bass).
THE WIRELESS CHORUS :
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON .

Contributors

Conducted By: Stanford Robinson

: The B.B.C. Spring Series of Chamber Concerts

Relayed from the Chenil Galleries, Chelsea.
First Concert.
THE LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by ANTHONY BERNARD.
Leader: SAMUEL KUTCHER.
Singer: STEUART WILSON (Tenor).
THE ORCHESTRA.
(For Two Horns, Three Oboes, Bassoon, Strings and Continuo.)

Contributors

Leader: Anthony Bernard.
Singer: Samuel Kutcher.
Tenor: Steuart Wilson

: STEUART WILSON

(With ORCHESTRA).

: Introduction and Dance

Lennox Berkeley (First Performance.)

: Concerto Grosso

Ernest Bloch
(First Performance in England.)

Contributors

Unknown: Ernest Bloch

: Chenil Chamber Concert

(Continued).
THE ORCHESTRA. Poem by Vachel Lindsay. :
(The Popular Success of the Venice Musical Festival, 1925.)
(First Performance in England.)

: Poetry. Shakespeare's Sonnets.

(From Palgrave's Golden
Treasury.)
Miss DOROTHY WARREN ana
Mr. C. A. LEWIS.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Dorothy Warren
Unknown: Mr. C. A. Lewis.








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