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: Books to Read

by Ann Spice.

: THE BAND OF H.M. ROYAL AIR FORCE.

(By permission of the Air Council.)
Director of Music,
Flight-Lieut. J. AMERS, M.B.E.
JOAN KERR (Soprano).
THE BAND.
JOAN KERR. THE BAND. Selection of Herbert Oliver 's
Songs.

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Kerr
Unknown: Herbert Oliver

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Songs with Choruses by J. R. Castling. " Bachelor's Buttons " (Christine Chaundter ). "A Zoo Who's Who," by L. G. M. , of the Daily Mail.

Contributors

Unknown: J. R. Castling.
Unknown: Christine Chaundter
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.

Capt. C. J. P. GRANT , "East
Africa."

Contributors

Unknown: Capt. C. J. P. Grant

: Further Selected Old EnglishPieces.

Played by RAE ROBERTSON.
William Tisdall : Alman, Bk. 2, p. 276; Pavana, " Clement Cotton ," Bk. 2, p. 307.
Edmund Hooper : Alman, Bk. 2, p. 309.
Ferdinando Richardson : Galiarda, Bk. 1, p. 32.
Jehan Sweelinck : Praeludium
Toccata, Bk. 1, p. 378.

Contributors

Played By: Rae Robertson.
Played By: William Tisdall
Unknown: Clement Cotton
Unknown: Edmund Hooper
Unknown: Ferdinando Richardson
Unknown: Jehan Sweelinck

: Miss ELEANOUR SINCLAIR ROHDE

, " The Elizabethan
Garden."

: "TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS."

A Comedietta in Four Acts by Arthur W. Pinero.
A Shortened Version presented by HOWARD ROSE.
The Persons of the Play :
Theatrical Folk of the Dagnigge-
Wells Theatre :
Members of the Company of the Pantheon Theatre.
Hall-Keeper at the Pantheon.
Non-Theatrical Folk :
First Act:
Mr. and Mrs. Telfer's Lodgings at
No. 2, Brydon Crescent, Clerkenwell; May.
Second Act:
At Sir William Gower 's, in Cavendish Square ; June.
Third Act:
Again in Brydon Crescent; December.
Fourth Act:
On the Stage of the Pantheon
Theatre, a few days later.
Period-Somewhere in the Early
'Sixties.
NOTE : Bagnigge (locally pronounced Bagnidge) Wells was formerly a popular mineral spring in Islihgton, London, situated not far from the better remembered Sadler's Wells. The gardens of Bagnigge-Wells were at one time much resorted to, but, as a matter of fact, Bagnigge-Wells, unlike Sadler's Wells, has never possessed a playhouse. Sadler's Wells Theatre, always familiarly known as the " Wells "-still exists. It was rebuilt in 1876-77.

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur W. Pinero.
Presented By: Howard Rose.
Unknown: Sir William Gower

: Weather Forecast and 2nd General News Bulletin

"The Ultimate Island" (Part II.), by L. de Giberne Sieveking, read by Mr. Frank Vosper.
Local Announcements.

Contributors

Writer (The Ultimate Island): L. de Giberne Sieveking
Reader (The Ultimate Island): Mr. Frank Vosper

: VARIETY.

REX LONDON (Comedian).
FAY COURTENAY and MADELEINE RANDOLPH. (Syncopated Duets and Light
Comedy Numbers.)

Contributors

Unknown: Fay Courtenay
Unknown: Madeleine Randolph.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY ORPHEANS AND
SAVOY HAVANA BAND from the Savoy Hotel.








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