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: Transmission to Schools

M.
Stephan, "Elementary French."

: MARGERY PHILLIPS

(Contralto UNA TRUMAN (Pianoforte).

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Dance Music by the London Radio Dance Band. " The
Laughing Hyena " (Arthur Groom), with running commentaries from the Hyenas at the Zoo.

: FRANK WESTFIELD'S ORCHESTRA

from the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. G. A. ATKINSON : " Seen on the Screen."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. A. Atkinson

: Beethoven

interpreted by EDWARD ISAACS.
Piano Sonata, Op. 53 (in C
Major) (" The Waldstein Sonata "). Allegro.

Contributors

Piano: Edward Isaacs.

: A BRIGHTON NIGHT. .

-Introductory Talk from the Hotel Metropole, Brighton, by Councillor J. LORD THOMP-SON, J.P.. Mayor of Brighton, and Commander Sir COOPER RAWSON , R.N.V.R., M.P.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Cooper Rawson

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL DRAGOONS.

(Bv kind permission of Lieut.-Col.
W. T. Hodgson , D.S.O., M.C.)
Conductor, Mr. S. S. SMITH. Carillon in E Flat A. M. Goodhart A Selection of Herbert Oliver 's
Songs.
From the West Pier Pavilion, Brighton.

Contributors

Unknown: T. Hodgson
Conductor: Mr. S. S. Smith.
Unknown: A. M. Goodhart
Unknown: Herbert Oliver

: A Performance

by WILL GANE and his
Pierrot, Pierrette, and Piano
Company.
Artists :
GERTRUDE MERRY, ALICE
WALDIE, CHAS. WILBUR. LILLIAN HILLIER, LEON STILING , ALBERT HAY , and WILL GANE.
2 Hello People, by the COMPANY. Introductions by the COMPANY. Song, " Coming Through the Rye," by GERTRUDE MERRY.
"A Little. Chat on Things In
General," by WILL GANE.
A Duet, " Poor Papa ," by CHAS.
WILBUR and LEON STILING.
A Duet (Burlesque American),
"U.S.A.," by WILL GANE and ALICE WALDIE.
"How to Start a Jazz Band "
ALICE WALDIE and the P. P. P. JAZZ ORCHESTRA.
" P.P.P. Closing Down," the COMPANY.
From the Aquarium, Brighton.

Contributors

Unknown: Leon Stiling
Unknown: Albert Hay
Unknown: Poor Papa
Unknown: Alice Waldie.
Unknown: Alice Waldie

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL DRAGOONS.

(Continued.)
From the West Pier Pavilion, Brighton.

: WEATHER FORECAST and 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Ministry of Health Talk by Dame JANET CAMPBELL , D.B.E., M.D., M.S., "Crippled Children."
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Talk By: Dame Janet Campbell

: A Brighton Night

(Continued).
ORCHESTRAL PROGRAMME by Members of the SUSSEX WOMEN'S MUSICIANS' CLUB.
Artists :
AMINA LUCCHESI (Violin).
PEGGY GRUMMITT (Piano).
EVELYN BOWLES ('Cello).
EVELINE PETHERICK (Viola) EILEEN BINGHAM (Soprano). From the " Octagon Room of the Hotel Metropole.

Contributors

Cello: Evelyn Bowles
Viola: Eveline Petherick
Soprano: Eileen Bingham

: Talk on " The Royal Pavilion

" by Mr. HENRY D. ROBERTS , M.B.E., from the Hotel Metropole.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Henry D. Roberts

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE METRONOMIC SIX.
Under the Direction of SYDNEY B. KYTE, A.R.A.M.
From the Winter Garden, Hotel Metropole.








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