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: Organ Recital

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Mr. THALBEN-BALL, relayed from
The Royal College of Organists,
Kensington Gore , on the occasion of the Distribution of Diplomas.

Contributors

Organists: Kensington Gore

: Studio Concert.

POPULAR ORCHESTRAL
PROGRAMME.
MARGERY PHILLIPS
(Contralto).
GILBERT BAILEY
(Baritone).
J HE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Baritone: Gilbert Bailey

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Selections by. the Radio Quartet. A Guessing Competition.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mrs. CHARLOTTE MANSFIELD,
F.R.G.S., " St. James of Santiago."

: Bach.

Interpreted by JEAN BAPTISTE TONER.
Concerto in the Italian Style.
Allegro moderato ; Andante ;
Presto.

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Baptiste Toner.

: No Option

A "Time"-ly Revue in Short Sentences
by Weston Drury, the Evidence wherein suggests the Scene to be Pentonville, and the characters implicated are:
Ena Grossmith
Tommy Handley
Eddie Read
Robert Keppel
Theo Charlton
The Wireless Chorus
The London Radio Dance Band
Directed by Sidney Firman

Contributors

Writer: Weston Drury
Unknown: Ena Grossmith
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Eddie Read
Unknown: Robert Keppel
Unknown: Theo Charlton
Singers: The Wireless Chorus
Musicians: The London Radio Dance Band
Musical Director: Sidney Firman
Presented by: R.E. Jeffrey

: Calender's Band

Conducted by TOM MORGAN.
CARMEN HILL (Soprano).

Contributors

Conducted By: Tom Morgan.

: DANCE MUSIC.

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








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