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: Scenes from "Cranford."

by Mary Somerville. " Setting up House in Rhodesia," by Rhodes Raymond.

Contributors

Unknown: Rhodes Raymond.

: FOR THE * CHILDREN

Songs by the Wireless Chorus.

: A Musical Speciality

from
The Prince of Wales Playhouse,
Lewisham.
THE CELTIC SINGERS, FRANK WESTFIELD 'S
ORCHESTRA, and The Audience.
THE ORCHESTRA. THE CELTIC SINGERS and the Audience, accompanied by The Orchestra. " Three Blind Mice." THE ORCHESTRA.

Contributors

Singers: Frank Westfield

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 1ST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Mr. G. A. ATKINSON : " Seen on the Screen."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. A. Atkinson

: Brahms

interpreted by CHARLES KELLY.
Sonata in F Minor, Op. 5 (Concluded).
(c) Scherzo ; (d) Finale.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Kelly.

: CORBETT-SMITH

in " The Sea Affair and Harry Binns "
(Continued).
V. " GENTLEMEN AND
MARINERS."

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Binns

: VARIETY.

RUSSELL AND DAWN
(Songs and Duets at the Piano).
JEAN AYLWIN
(Scotch Tales and Songs).
HEDGES BROS. and JACOBSEN (Syncopated Harmony).

Contributors

Piano: Jean Aylwin

: Poetry.

Short Poems. Chiefly Humorous.
HAROLD MUNRO and ALIDA KLEMANTASKI.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Munro
Unknown: Alida Klemantaski.

: CHAMBER MUSIC.

THE BECKWITH
STRING QUARTET:
ARTHUR BECKWITH
(1st Violin).
PIERRE E. TAS (2nd Violin).
ARTHUR BLAKEMORE
(Viola).
ANTHONY PINI
(Violoncello).
JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor).
THE QUARTET.

Contributors

Tenor: John Armstrong








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