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: M. Stéphan

"Elementary
French."

: Concert

by the People's Concert
Society.

: UNA BATES (Soprano).

MARK MELLERS (Baritone).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Dance Music by the London Radio Dance Band. " Hydro-planing Made Plain," by the Wicked Uncle.

: Dance Music

FRANK WESTFIELD'S
ORCHESTRA. relayed from the Prince of Wales Playhouse,
Lewisham.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. PERCY SCHOLES : The
B.B.C. MusicCritic.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Percy Scholes

: Haydn.

Pianoforte Sonatas interpreted by GORDON BRYAN.
Sonata, No. 26. in A
Allegro ; 'Adagio ; Tema con Variazioni.
Sonata. No. 27. in E
Moderato ; Presto.

: "Some Types of Pioneers"

by a Queensland Miner.

: VARIETY

CLARKE and ROBERTS
: (Cross-Talk Comedians).
REX LESTRAKGE in Stories.
THE MAYFAIR FOUR in Harmony."

: Concert

by the BRITISH MUSIC SOCIETY.
Relayed from the Music Room, Seaford House,
Belgrave Square.
(By kind permission of Lord
Howard de Walden.)
MARJORIE HAY WARD.
STELLA PATTENDEN.
REBECCA CLARKE.
MAY MUKLE.
KATHLEEN LONG. Pianoforte Quintet Ernest Bloch Agitato ; Andante Mistico ;
Allegro Energico. A. FRANSELLA.
LEON GOOSSENS ,
H . BERLY .

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Hay Ward.
Unknown: Rebecca Clarke.
Pianoforte: Kathleen Long.
Unknown: Leon Goossens
Unknown: H Berly

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Talk on International Affairs : Sir
FREDERICK MAURICE , K.C.M.G., C.B., on " Disarmament,"
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Frederick Maurice

: STREET SCENES IN LONDON TOWN.

A Programme Arranged and Directed by CECIL LEWIS.
I. WESTMINSTER AND WHITEHALL.
II. PICCADILLY AND HAMPSTEAD HEATH.
The Music will include :
Old London Street Cries.
A Movement from the London Symphony by Vaughan Williams.
In a Tube Train - A Conversation by Arthur Bliss.
Albert Chevalier Songs.
Hampstead Heath from Suite, "London Day by Day," Mackenzie.
The Speech will include :
A Sonnet by Wordsworth.
A Scene from “Oliver Cromwell," a Play, by John Drinkwater.
Dialogues by Mabel Constanduros.
The Artists will include: CLARE HARRIS, CYRIL LIDINGTON, MARY O'FARRELL, IRENE RORKE, MILTON ROSMER.

Contributors

Directed By: Cecil Lewis.
Unknown: Vaughan Williams.
Unknown: Arthur Bliss.
Unknown: Albert Chevalier
Play By: John Drinkwater.
Unknown: Mabel Constan
Unknown: Clare Harris.
Unknown: Cyril Lidington.
Unknown: Mary O'Farrell.
Unknown: Irexe Rorke.
Unknown: Miltox Rosmeh.








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