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: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Sir H. WALFORD
DAVIES, Music for Schools "

: Afternoon Topics

RUPERT CROFT COOKE: 'Jackass Penguins and the Falkland Islands '

Contributors

Unknown: Rupert Croft.

: WILLIAMHODGSON'S MARBLE ARCH PAVILION

ORCHESTRA, from the Marble Arch Pavilion

: THE CHILDREN'S Hour

Songs by Harold
Kimberley; The Vengeance of Barnaby Tew : (4) The of Black Pedro. ' by E. Le Breton Martin; 'Brothers of the Band: The Horn and the Trumpet,' by V. Hely-Hutehinson

Contributors

Unknown: Barnaby Tew
Unknown: Black Pedro.

: DANCE Music. -THE London RADIO DANCE

BAND, directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman

: WEATHER FORECAST

FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN
M. STÉPHAN: French Reading-Lettres de Mon Moulin ' (under the auspices of L'Institut
Francais)

Contributors

Unknown: M. Stéphan:

: Mr. GUNBY HADATH

' Tom Brown
To-day '

: CONCERT

arranged by THE CO-OPERATIVE UNION. relayed from
The Kingsway Hall.
R.A.C.S. MASSED ORCHESTRAS INTERVAL
JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor) S.B.from Daventry

Contributors

Tenor: John Armstrong

: CHAMBER MUSIC

THE BECKWITH STRING QUARTET :
ARTHUR BECKWITH (1st Violin); PIERRE E. TAS (2nd Violin) ; ARTHUR BLAKEMORE (Viola); ANTHONY Pini (Violoncello)
QUARTET

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Beckwith
Violin: Pierre E.
Violin: Arthur Blakemore
Viola: Anthony Pini

: Sir H. WALFORD DAVIES

Mus.Doc., ' Music and the Ordinary Listener '

: A TOPICAL NOVELTY

Throughout the week at this hour Mr. FLOTSAM and Mr. JETSAM will give A MUSICAL NEWS BULLETIN, composed and sung by themselves

: DANCE MUSIC

TED BROWN'S
CAFE DE PARIS BAND and THE LYRICALS from the Cafe de Paris








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