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: Scenes from " Cranford

" by Mary Somerville, " Nonsense and Nonsense Writers," by D. M. Newcomin.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Cordelia Cormorant's Promise" (Olwen Boweii ). "Where the Zoo Beats Us," by L. G. M. of the Daily Mail. Violin Solos.

Contributors

Unknown: Olwen Boweii
Unknown: L. G. M.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO
DANCE BAND :
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL News BULLETIN.

Mr. L. DE GIBERNE SIEVEKING
, " Sausages for Tea."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. L. de Giberne Sieveking

: Weber Pianoforte Works

interpreted by EDITH BARNETT.
Variations on a Russian Tune.
Op. 40.

Contributors

Unknown: Edith Barnett.

: London Lads

Devoted to the honour of LONDON'S TERRITORIALS.
Arranged by AMYAS YOUNG .
Introducing THE LONDON RADIO REPERTORY PLAYERS;
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND;
THE WIRELESS CHORUS; and featuring various past and present members of LONDON'S TERRITORIAL, whose valiant services are recalled in this programme.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
Part I. The Piping Times of Peace.
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND:
Conducted by CHARLES LEGGETT.
Four Radioviews of Territorial Days:
I. Tom Turner Joins the Territorials.
II. Getting Ready for Parade.
III. At the Drill Hall.
IV. In the Street.
THE RADIO PLAYERS.
THE WIRELESS CHORUS.
Part. II. When Moloch Stalked
"Let us now praise famous men" - ECCL. XLIV., I.
1914. The Great Reveille.
(TRUMPETERS of the ROYAL ENGINEERS, 47TH DIVISION.)
" Tipperary."
Episode 1. "Armoury House v. Austrian United."
The HONOURABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY of the Piave.
Episode 2. The Footballers of Loos.
The 18TH LONDON IRISH.
Episode 3. From St. Pancras to Palestine.
The 19th LONDON on the Jordan.
Episode 4. "Well caught, sir!" The Bullscourt Test.
The 4TH LONDON ROYAL FUSILIERS.
Episode 5. " Putting a Bend in the Hairpin."
The 47TH DIVISION ROYAL ENGINEERS.
Episode 6.
The 14TH LONDON SCOTTISH
" The Last Post."
TRUMPETERS of the ROYAL ENGINEERS.
ALL THESE WERE HONOURED IN THEIR GENERATIONS AND WERE THE GLORY OF THEIR TIMES. ...THESE HAVE NOT BEEN FORGOTTEN: THEIR NAME LIVETH FOR EVERMORE.
God Save the King.

Contributors

Arranged By: Amyas Young
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.
Conducted By: Charles Leggett.
Unknown: I. Tom Turner

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Dr. T. W. GANN , F.R.G.S.,
" Recent Explorations in Yucatan."
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. T. W. Gann

: Excerpts from Act II. of " YVONNE."

Relayed from
Daly's Theatre, Leicester Square. " Teach Us to Dance"
GENE GERRARD AND
HAL SHERMAN.
"Billing and Cooing"
IVY TRESMAND AND
ARTHUR PUSEY.
Finale
THE COMPANY.

Contributors

Unknown: Gene Gerrard
Unknown: Hal Sherman.
Unknown: Arthur Pusey.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY HAVANA
BAND and THE ROMAINE FOUR.
Relayed from the Savoy Hotel.








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