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: " Out of Doors

" by A. Bonnet
Laird. *

: Organ Recital by REGINALD FOORT

, relayed from the New
Gallery Kinema.

: FOR THE CHILDREN

" Ug-Ugandthe Oyster " (From " TheMerry-Go-Round"). The First of the Henrys " (Roland Carse). Songs and Piano Solos.

: Light Music.

ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.

Contributors

Unknown: Alex Fryer

: WEATHER FORECAST

* .AND 1ST
GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.
*Sir FRANK BENSON : "All the World's a Stage."

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Frank Benson

: Further Selected Old EnglishPieces.

Played by RAE ROBERTSON.
Three Settings of Dowland's
" Lachrymae Pavan " : (a) by William Byrd ; (b) by Thomas Morley ; (c) by Giles Farnaby.

Contributors

Played By: Rae Robertson.
Unknown: William Byrd
Unknown: Thomas Morley
Unknown: Giles Farnaby.

: DVORAK.

Born September 8th, 1841.
GLADYS PALMER (Contralto). THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA: conducted by PERCY PITT.
THE ORCHESTRA.
Overture, " Carnaval.
Humoreske, Op. 101, No. 7.
Slavonic Dance No. 3 in A Flat.

Contributors

Contralto: Gladys Palmer
Conducted By: Percy Pitt.

: GLADYS PALMER

(with Orchestra).
"Inflammatus" " (" Stabat
Mater ") (in English).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Symphonic Poem, " The Golden
Spinning Wheel."

: GLADYS PALMER.

THE ORCHESTRA.Two Waltzes.
Slavonic Rhapsody, No. 1 in D.

: GLADYS PALMER.

" Rosebud " (Four Songs, Op. 7). "Loved and Lost" (Folk Song).
THE ORCHESTRA.
Festal March.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND 2ND GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN.

Professor GILBERT MURRAY ,
LL.D. : The League or Chaos."
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Gilbert Murray

: Military Band Programme.

CALLENDER'S BAND :
Conductor, TOM MORGAN.
GEORGE PIZZEY (Baritone).
THE BAND.

Contributors

Conductor: Tom Morgan.








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