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: Camirie Couturier's Orchestra

relayed from Restaurant
Frascati.

: Scenes from "Cranford

" by Mary Somerville. " Out of Doors," by A. Bonnet Laird.

: THE NEW GALLERY KINEMA ORCHESTRA

conducted by FRED KITCHEN, relayed from the New Gallery, Kinema.

: Organ Recital

by REGINALD FOORT , relayed from the New
Gallery Kmema.

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Foort

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Winkie Wee's Spring Cleaning" (Christine Ghaundler ). " Nature and the Seaside " ( William Jewell ). Piano Solos.

Contributors

Unknown: Christine Ghaundler
Piano: William Jewell

: Orchestral Music

ALEX. FRYER'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Dr. G. C. SIMPSON : " Official
Weather Forecast Terms."

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. G. C. Simpson

: Weber Pianoforte Works

interpreted by EDITH BARNETT.
Invitation a la Valse, Op. 65
Memento Capriccioso, Op. 12.

Contributors

Unknown: Edith Barnett.

: Mrs. MAUD DIVER

Reading from her Story, " Captam Des mond, V.C." S.B. from Bournemouth.

Contributors

Unknown: Captam Des

: Chamber Music:The Modern Trio.

WILLIAM PRIMROSE
(Violin) ;
MANUCCI (Violoncello) ;
SERGE KRISH (Pianoforte).
LENGHI CELLINI (Tenor).
THE TRIO. Poetry Reading.
Poems from Burns read by Miss JESSAMIN; Miss MARY SOMERVILLE ; Mr. JOHN LAURIE .

Contributors

Violin: William Primrose
Pianoforte: Serge Krish
Tenor: Lenghi Cellini
Unknown: Miss Mary Somerville
Unknown: Mr. John Laurie

: AN HOUR OF VARIETY.

TEX McLEOD
(Swings a Rope and Tells a Yarn)
GABRIEL HOPE
(Novelty Musical Act).
WILLIAM BEER
(Entertainer at the Piano).
JOCK WALKER (Scots Comedian). DORIS BLEACH and PARTNER
(Syncopated Solos and Duets).

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Bleach








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