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: M. Stephan

" Elementary French."
Time Signal from Greenwich.

: PATRICIA ROSSBOROUGH

(Songs at the Piano).
LOMELINO SILVA (Tenor) and THE RADIO QUARTET.

: For the Children

Piano Solos by Hilda Dederich.

"Peter Pannikin Joins a Sliding Party" (Ada Leonora Harris).

"Rice-mould" (adapted from "More William," by Richmal Crompton).

Contributors

Solos By: Hilda Doderich.
Solos By: Peter Pannikin
Unknown: Richmal Crompton

: Light Orchestral Music.

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

: Time Signal from Big Ben; Weather Forecast and 1st General News Bulletin

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

Contributors

Film critic: Mr. G.A. Atkinson

: Chopin.

The Nocturnes. Interpreted bv
NIEDZIELSKI.
Nocturne in C Sharp Minor (Posthumous Work).
Mazuikas, Nos. 46 (C Major), 48
(F Major).

: VARIETY.

ETTIE PERSEY FRENCH
(Irish Recitations).
THE TWO BOBS
(Syncopated Singers).
RAY WALLACE
(Impersonations).
DATAS,
The Man of Memory.
E. E. POTTINGER
-(Handbells).
DAN ROLYAT ,
Songs from his Repertoire.
LIGHT SYMPHONY CONCERT.
THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by EDWARD CLARK.
GERTRUDE JOHNSON
(Soprano).
ARTHUR CATTERALL
(Solo Violin)
Part I.

Contributors

Singers: Ray Wallace
Unknown: Dan Rolyat
Conducted By: Edward Clark.
Soprano: Gertrude Johnson
Soprano: Arthur Catterall

: GERTRUDE JOHNSON

(Soprano)
(with Orchestra).

: ARTHUR CATTERALL

(with Orchestra).

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Overture in Italian Style Schubert

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL News BULLETIN.

Ministry of Agriculture Talk by Prof. C. WILLARD THOMPSON , B.S. (Ag.) : " Making Poultry-Keeping Pay Dividends."
Local Announcements.
Part II.

Contributors

Talk By: Prof. C. Willard Thompson

: ARTHUR CATTERALL

(with Orchestra).
(Orchestrated by Glazounov.)








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