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: Scenes from "Cranford

" by Mary Somerville. " The Story of Oatlands Palace," by Dorothy Grenside.

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Grenside.

: Dance Music.

THE ROYAL AUTOMOBILE
CLUB DANCE BAND from the Royal Automobile Club.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" How Robin Hood Went to the King's Court " (Adapted by O. E. Hodges ). " Prize Day at Mrs. Grey Goose's" (Ada Leonora Harris). Songs and Piano Solos.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Hood
Adapted By: O. E. Hodges

: Light Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. JAMES AGATE , Dramatic
Criticism.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. James Agate

: Brahms.

Early Pianoforte Works interpreted by CHARLES KELLY.
Sonata in C, Op. 1 (First Part).
(a) Allegro; (b) Andante (on an Old German Love Song) ; (c) Scherzo-Allegro Molto e Con Fuoco.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kelly.
Unknown: Scherzo-Allegro Molto

: Lieut.-Col. V. A. HADDICK

F.R.G.S., " By Motor Tractor Across the Himalaya."

: "The Sea Affair and Harry Binns."

A Series of Six Radio-Recitals, with Music, for performance upon six consecutive evenings at the same hour.
Prepared and Performed by CORBETT-SMITH.
I. "THE MERCHANT
SEAMEN."

: An Hour with ROGER QUILTER.

MARK RAPHAEL (Baritone). THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by THE COMPOSER.
THE ORCHESTRA.
" A Children's Overture."
MARK RAPHAEL with ORCHESTRA.
Shakespeare Songs :
" Come Away, Death."
" It Was a Lover and His Lass." "Take, 0 Take, Those Lips
Away."
" Blow, Blow, Thou Winter
Wind."
THE ORCHESTRA.
Suite from the Incidental Music to the Play, " Where the Rainbow Ends."
"Goblin Forest"; " Will o' the Wisp"; "Rosamund"; " Fairy Frolic."
MARK RAPHAEL.
" The Jealous Lover." " Weep You No More."
" Over the Land is April." " To Daisies."
" Love's Phiiosophy."
(THE COMPOSER at the Piano).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Ballet Suite, " The Rake " (from
"On with the Dance" and " Still Dancing ! ").
" Dance at the Feast " ; " The
Light-hearted Lady " ; " The Frolicsome Friend" " Allurement"; "Midnight Revels."

Contributors

Baritone: Mark Raphael
Unknown: Mark Raphael

: "GHOSTLY FINGERS"

(Parts I. and II.).
A Mystery Play specially written for Broadcasting by HILDA CHAMBERLAIN.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
1. Whose was the unseen hand ? 2. What was the motive of the theft?
3. How was it carried out ?
4. What will happen in the end ? The answers to these four questions will be broadcast at the end of Part III. on August 28th.
The Characters speak in the following order : -
The scene of the first Act is a large dining-room in an old country mansion. It is evening and the room is well lighted by electric light. Sir Gerald, with his daughter and their guests, are seated round an oval table at dinner.

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Hilda Chamberlain.
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.








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