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: Camille Couturier's Orchestra

from Restaurant Frascati.

: Transmission to Schools

Sir
Stanley Leathes , K.C.B., " Citizensbip-The Law."

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Leathes

: " Out of Doors "

by A. Bonnet
Laird.

: THE NEW GALLERY

ORCHESTRA, from the New Gallery Kinema : Conducted by Mr. Fred Kitchen.
Organ Recital by REGINALD FOORT , from the New Gallery Kinema.

Contributors

Conducted By: Mr. Fred Kitchen.
Unknown: Reginald Foort

: Dance Music.

ALEX FRYERS ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

: The Week's Work in the Garden

by the Royal Horticultural Society.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Sir WILLIAM BRAGG , D.Sc.,
" Old Trades and New Knov - ledge: The Trade of the Weaver."

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Bragg

: Mozart.

Interpreted by Mrs. NORMAN O'NEILL.
Sonata, No. 11, in F Major.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Norman O'Neill.

: Mrs. GABRIELLE EN.

THOVEN, "Playbills of tho Past and Present."

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

CHARLES KELLY and LUCY PIERCE (Pianists). THE CHENIL CHAMBER
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLI.
Leader : BORIS PECKER.
THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kelly
Leader: John Barbirolli.
Leader: Boris Pecker.

: Poetry.

Mr. J. C. STOBART will give Selections from

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. C. Stobart

: THE ORCHESTRA.

(Special Arrangement for Two
Pianos.)

: BEATING RETREAT.

Relayed from
MARINE PARADE, DOVER.
RETREAT including Rise and Fall.
March, " Sons of Kent."
(By the Bugles, Drums, and Fifes of H.M. 1st Battalion Queen's Royal Regiment.)
Combined March, "Aldershot."
(By the Drums and Fifes of H.M. 1st Bn. Queen's Royal Regiment and Band and Bugles of H.M. 1st Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.)
(By the Band of H.M. 1st Bn.
King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.)
March Past Display : a. The Royal Navy (" A Life
On the Ocean Wave "). b. Cavalry Trot Past. c. Infantry of the Line
(" British Grenadiers").
(Combined Band, Drums, and Bugles of H. M. 1st. Bn. Queen's Royal Regiment, and H.M. 1st Bn. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.)
EVENING HYMN, " Abide With
Me " (Bell Effects).
(By Band of H.M. 1st Bn. King's
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.)
LAST POST and LIGHTS OUT. (By Bugles of H.M. 1st Bn.
Queen's Royal Regiment.)

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

The Time Signal will be superimposed at 10.0.
Mr. L. G. MAINLAND : "Zoo
Animals of To-day - Giants In and Out of the Zco."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. L. G. Mainland

: GHOST PROGRAMME.

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA. " The Telegram."
A Short Play written specially for
Broadcasting by Rupert Croft-Cooke.
Presented by HOWARD ROSE.
Cast :
Sir William Brent is sitting by the five in the dining-room of Ridgewood. a large house in an out-of-the-way suburb. Dinner is laid for four persons. Long comes in to announce the arrival of Mr. Gandy and Stone.
THE ORCHESTRA. Ghost Story,
"THE JUDGES HOUSE.'
A reading from " Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories " by Bram Stoker.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Brent








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