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: Organ Recital.

Organist:
Mr. H. C. WARRILOW ,
F.R.C.O.
Vocalist ;
Mr. SINCLAIR LOGAN
(Baritone).
Relayed from St. Lawrence
Jewry.

Contributors

Organist: Mr. H. C. Warrilow
Baritone: Mr. Sinclair Logan

: Transmission to Schools

Sir
H. Walford Davies , " Elementary Music and Musical Appreciation."

Contributors

Unknown: H. Walford Davies

: 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 , under the auspices of L'Institut Francais. "L'Etui do Nacre."

Contributors

Reading By: M. Stephan

: Mozart.

Pianoforte Sonatas.
Interpreted by Mrs. NORMAN O'NEILL.
F Major (K 332).
Allegro; Adagio; Allegro assai.

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Norman O'Neill.

: EMILIO COLOMBO'S ORCHESTRA

from the Hotel Victoria, London.
THE ORCHESTRA.

: Act IT. of the Opera

" OTELLO
(Verdi).
Relayed from Covent Garden. lago (Baritone). Otello's Ensign. plots to poison his General's mind against Desdemona, fastening suspicion on Cassio. a Lieutenant (Tenor). Otello (Tenor) listens. A chorus i-heard from the Garden, where Desdemona received flowers and gifts from the people. Then Desdemona (Soprano), Otello. Emelia (Mezzo-Soprano), Iago's Wife and lago join in an ensemble in which much is made of the handkerchief incident, well known from Shakepeare's play. A long duet between Otello and lago closes the Act, Otello swearing revenge on his innocent wife.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND

GENERAL News BULLETIN.
Sir WALFORD DAVIES , " Music and the Ordinary Listener."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walford Davies

: " WOLF ! WOLF ! "

A Mystery Play written specially for broadcasting by ERNEST HOPE .
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
Full particulars of the Competition in connection with this play arc on page 350.
Part I.
The characters speak in the following order:
Betty Gatehouse (Daughter of Sir George and Lady Gatehouse)
Jack Latham (Her Sweetheart.) Sir George Gatehouse Lady Gatehouse
(Who have rented the house from
Severing)
Reginald Gatehouse (Their. Son) Ah Fong (Severing's Servant)
Michael Severing (Actual owner of the house)
James (Sir George's butler)
The action takes place in the house occupied by Sir George and Lady Gatehouse, which they have rented from Michael Severing , a rich man of whom little is known. We first hear Betty and Jack discussing affairs which are of considerable importance to themselves.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Ernest Hope
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.
Unknown: Betty Gatehouse
Unknown: Jack Latham
Unknown: Sir George Gatehouse
Unknown: Reginald Gatehouse
Unknown: Michael Severing
Unknown: Michael Severing

: DANCE MUSIC

JAY W HIDDEN and his MIDNIGHT FOLLIES DANCE BAND, from the Hotel Metropole.








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