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: Organ Recital and Short Address.

Organist. Dr. CHARLES F. WATERS
. F.R.C.O.
Relayed from St. Lawrence Jewry.

Contributors

Organist: Dr. Charles F. Waters

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Songs by Kate Winter.
Sandy Strong-i -th'-Arm (E. Le Breton Martin). Gertie Grunter 's Toothache (Olwen Bowcn ).

Contributors

Songs By: Kate Winter.
Songs By: Sandy Strong-I
Unknown: Gertie Grunter
Unknown: Olwen Bowcn

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO
DANCE BAND :
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

French Talk by M. STEPHAN :
" Dans un Magazin Francais."

Contributors

Talk By: M. Stephan

: Handel Piano Suites

interpreted by LUCY PIERCE.
E Major.
Prelude ; Allemande; Courante ;
Air (popularly known as " The Harmonious Blacksmith "), with Five Varia-1 ions.

: Capt. E. G. FAIRHOLME

" Kindness to Animals."

: 'Cello Programme.

CARL FUCHS (1st Violoncello).
AMBROSE GAUNTLETT
(2nd Violoncello). PHILIP NIFOSI (3rd Violoncello).
D. MILLAR CRAIG.
(4th Violoncello).
V, HELY HUTCHINSON
(Pianoforte).
WINIFRED FISHER (Soprano).
CARL FUCHS and AMBROSE GAUNTLETT.

Contributors

Unknown: Carl Fuchs
Unknown: Ambrose Gauntlett
Unknown: D. Millar Craig.
Pianoforte: Hely Hutchinson
Soprano: Winifred Fisher
Soprano: Carl Fuchs
Soprano: Ambrose Gauntlett.

: CARL FUCHS

AMBROSE
GAUNTLETT, D. MILLAR CRAIG, and V. HELY HUTCHINSON.

Contributors

Unknown: D. Millar
Unknown: Hely Hutchinson.

: WINIFRED FISHER.

CARL FUCHS, AMBROSE
GAUNTLETT, PHILIP NIFOSI, and D. MILLAR CRAIG.

: A Dramatic Episode of the days of Cavaliers and Roundheads.

Written for Broadcasting by Julius Hare.
Presented bv
HOWARD ROSE.
Characters
(in the order of their speaking):
The time is early in the year 1645, before the battle of Nasebv, while the final issue of the struggle between the forces of Charles and Cromwell still lies in the balance. The place is a country road at night, and later the interior of an inn.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Julius Hare.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. J. CADMAN , " Up the Amazon River."
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. Cadman

: VARIETY.

S. HAYWOOD
(The Champion Mouth-Organist).
REX LONDON (Patter).
G. H. CARLISLE
(Syncopated Songs at Piano).
CLARA SALISBURY-BAKER
(Canadian Entertainer).
HAROLD KIMBERLEY and OLIVE GROVES in a Light Vocal Entertainment.

Contributors

Unknown: G. H. Carlisle
Unknown: Harold Kimberley

: DANCE MUSIC.

NEW PRINCE'S TORONTO
BAND, ALFREDO AND HIS BAND. and HAL SWAIN and HIS CANADIANS, from
NEW PRINCE'S RESTAURANT.

Contributors

Unknown: Hal Swain








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