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: PAUL MOULDER'S THEATRE ORCHESTRA.

Relayed from
The Rivoli Theatre,
Whitechapel,
, and Songs from the Studio by FRANCES MAYNARD (Soprano).
JOSEPH YATES (Baritone).

Contributors

Soprano: Frances Maynard

: FOR THE CHILDREN and Others.

NATIONAL UNION OF
SCHOOL ORCHESTRAS.
Relayed from
THE CRYSTAL PALACE.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. PHILIP AUBIN , Jurat of the Royal Courts, and Lieut.-Bailiff of Jersey : " Glimpses of Jersey History and Customs. "

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Philip Aubin

: Scriabin

interpreted by EDWARD MITCHELL.
Poem from Op. 59, Second Poem from Op. 69.
Poem, " Vers la Flamme," Op. 72.

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Mitchell.

: Mr. SETON GORDON

" Photographing the Golden Eagle."

: POPULAR ORCHESTRALPROGRAMME.

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
WILLIAM MICHAEL
(Baritone).
JACK SALISBURY
(Violin).
BILLY LEONARD
Will Entertain.

Contributors

Violin: Billy Leonard

: WEATHER

FORECAST and 2ND
GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.
Sports Talk. Local News.

: 1st Studio Performance of "CHEZ NOUS."

An intimate Cabaret from THE CAVOUR RESTAURANT, including
HELEN CHAPPY.
SYDNEY NESBITT.
ELSA LANCHESTER. FLORENCE OLDHAM. and HENRY CAINE.

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Chappy.
Unknown: Sydney Nesbitt.
Unknown: Elsa Lanchester.
Unknown: Florence Oldham.
Unknown: Henry Caine.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY ORPHEANS and SAVOY TANGO BAND.
Relayed from the Savoy Hotel.








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