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: Camille Couturier's Orchestra

, relayed from Restaurant Frascati.

: Transmission to Schools

Sir
Stanley Loathes , K.C.B. : " The Reform of Parliament: Parliament To-day."

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Loathes

: " Out of Doors,"

by A. Bonnet
Laird.

: THE NEW GALLERY

ORCHESTRA, conducted by FRED KITCHEN , relayed from the New Gallery Kinema.

Contributors

Conducted By: Fred Kitchen

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" The
Lapwings " (H. Mortimer Batten ) A Story by Dorothy Grenside. Piano Improvisations.

Contributors

Unknown: H. Mortimer Batten
Story By: Dorothy Grenside.

: 39th Annual Festival of ParochialChoice

including j Psalms, Canticles, Hymns,
Anthems, etc., Relayed from
CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL

: Dance Music

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: The Week's Work in the Garden

by the Royal Horticultural Society.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 1ST GENERAL News BULLETIN.

Prof. H. H. SWINNERTON ,
F.G.S. : " Leaves from the Earth's Diary." S.B. from Nottingham.

Contributors

Unknown: H. H. Swinnerton

: Scriabin

interpreted by ' EDWARD MITCHELL.
Twelve Studies, Op. 8 : Nos. 10
(D Flat), 11 (B Flat Minor), 12 (D Sharp Minor).
Poem in F Sharp from Op. 32.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Mitchell.

: "THE WAY OF ANEAGLE."

A Studio Version of the Play, founded on the well-known book by ETHEL M. DELL...
Directed by HOWARD ROSE.
Characters :
Nick Ratcliffe.
Muriel Roscoe.
Blake Grange.
Daisy Musgrave. General Roscoe. Major Marshall.
Sir Reginald Bassett. Lady Bassett. Lady Gybbon.
Dr. Jim Ratcliffe.
Olga Ratcliffe , His Daughter, aged fourteen.
Bobby Fraser.
Guests, Indian Orderlies, Servants. The action of the play takes place in India and England.

Contributors

Directed By: Howard Rose.
Unknown: Nick Ratcliffe.
Unknown: Muriel Roscoe.
Unknown: Blake Grange.
Unknown: Daisy Musgrave.
Unknown: Sir Reginald Bassett.
Unknown: Lady Bassett.
Unknown: Lady Gybbon.
Unknown: Dr. Jim Ratcliffe.
Unknown: Olga Ratcliffe
Unknown: Bobby Fraser.

: WEATHER

FORECAST AND 2ND
GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.
Mr. F. A. BATHER , D.Sc,
F.R.S. : " Some Animals of the Buried Past : Reptiles of Earth's Middles Ages (a) 0 Dwellers in the Desert."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. F. A. Bather

: AN HOUR OF SCHUBERT.

THE WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA.
FRANKLYN KELSEY
(Baritone).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture. " Rosamunde."
FRANKLYN KELSEY.
"A Love Plaint" (" Traver der
Liebe ").
" To Wander " (" Das Wander "). " Spring Song " (" Fruhlingslied ")
" My Home " (" Aufenthalt ").
THE ORCHESTRA.
Unfinished Symphony, 1st Movement.
FRANKLYN KELSEY.
"Dust of Springtime"
(" Nachlviolen ").
" To the Lute "(" Au die Laute"). " The Hurdy-Gurdy Man "
(" Der Leiermann").
" The Almighty "
("Die All mat-lit ").
THE ORCHESTRA.
Military March.
Scherzo from Symphony in C.

Contributors

Baritone: Franklyn Kelsey
Unknown: Franklyn Kelsey.
Unknown: Franklyn Kelsey.








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