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: Military Band Music by the BAND OF 1ST Bx.

THE KING'S OWN
YORKSHIRE LIGHT
INFANTRY.
(By kind permission of Lieut. -Col-
H. W. B. Thorp, D.S.O., and Officers.)
Bandmaster,
Mr. F. G. MOSS.
Minden March. Regimental March, " Jock o'
York."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. F. G. Moss.

: " A Garden Chat

" by Marion Cran , F.R.H.S.

Contributors

Unknown: Marion Cran

: For the Children

Selections by the Radio Quartet
Winnie-the-pooh Finds a Tail (A. A. Milne)

: WEATHER FORECAST AND JST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. CLIFFORD W. COLLINSON ,
F.R.G.S. : " Shopping in the South Seas."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Clifford W. Collinson

: Chopin.

The Nocturnes. Interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI.
Mazurkas, Nos. 7 (D Miner), 34
(C Major). \
Polonaise in A Flat Major.

: THE RADIO FOLLIES CONCERT PARTY.

MAMIE WATSON (Soubrette).
FLORENCE OLDHAM
(At the Piano).
REG PALMER (Comedian).
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
(Entertainer).
HAROLD KIMBERLEY
(Lyric Baritone).

Contributors

Unknown: Mamie Watson
Piano: Reg Palmer
Unknown: Lawrence Anderson
Unknown: Harold Kimberley

: Brighton Competitive Musical Festival.

Closing Festival Concert.
Relayed from
The Dome, Brighton.
Short Speech by the Mayor of Brighton, Councillor J. LORD THOMPSON, J.P.
WINNING BRASS BAND in Section B.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

Sports Talk.
Local Announcements.

: MABEL CONSTANDUROS.

In Selections from her Repertoire.

: DANCE MUSIC.

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








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