by Ann Spice.
Piano Solos by the 'Cloud Lady'.
'Betty and the Swans' (Mary Carruthers).
'Eggs at the Zoo,' by L.G.M. of the Daily Mail.
Author (Betty and the Swans):
Speaker (Eggs at the Zoo):
L.G.M. [Leslie G.
The London Radio Dance Band
Directed by Sidney Firman.
The London Radio Dance
Mr. W. Powell-Owen, "Town Poultry-keeping."
interpreted by Laffitte
Prelude, Aria and Finale, Part II.
The Band of H.M. 2nd Bn. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment
(By kind permission of Lieut.-Col. J.R.R.W. Fiennes and Officers.)
Conductor, A.W.D. Hunt
Relayed from the Granville Gardens Pavilion, Dover.
Military March, 'Onward to Victory'...A.W.D. Hunt
The Band of H.M. 2nd Battalion The Queen's Own Royal West Kent
William Anderson (Baritone):
Ho, Jolly Jenkin...Sullivan
Four Jolly Sailormen...German
Captain Stratton's Fancy...Peter Warlock
The Walsh Bros. (Entertainers)
Male Voice Choir: 'Sweet and Low'...Barnby
Suite, 'Ballet Egyptien'...Luigini
Humorous Sketch, 'A Southern Wedding'...Lotter
Simon the Cellarer...Hatton
King Charles...M.V. White
When Dull Care...Lane Wilson
Scena, 'A Grand Military Tattoo'...Rogan
A Cycle of Old English Melodies.
Words Written and Adapted, Music Arranged and Composed by H. Lane Wilson.
The British Vocal Quartet: Dorothy Bennett (soprano), Esther Coleman (contralto), Eric Green (tenor), Dale Smith (baritone)
Come, All Ye Lads and Lasses (Quartet)
Love's Greeting (Song, Soppano)
Tell Me, Charming Creature (Song, Tenor)
Gentle Dawn (Quartet)
The Country Dance (Quartet)
Maidens, Beware Ye! (Song, Contralto)
Sound Argument (Song, Baritone)
The Pedlar (a Catch)
The Commotion of Love (Quartet)
Words Written and Adapted, Music Arranged and Composed by:
The Savoy Orpheans and Savoy Havana Band
Relayed from the Savoy Hotel