: A selection from Kreisler's Works for the Violin, played by David Wise. The sad story of ' Jonathan's Unruly Conduct,' written and told by J. C. Stpbart. ' Some Zoo Defences '—another 'true story ' chat by Leslie G. Mainland
A NOTABLE talk this, which all those who are interested in the promotion of international peace and understanding and in strengthening the forces that make for Christian unity, should take care to hear. Canon Woods will have a very interesting story to tell of the important meeting of the Conference at Lausanne.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA, conducted by S. KNEALE KELLEY
Prelude to Act IV. ' The Tempest' Incidental Music to ' Henry VIII '
Introduction; King Henry's Song (arranged as a 'Cello Solo ; Soloist, AMBROSE GAUNTLETT ); Graceful Dance
10.0 app. Topliss GREEN (Baritone)
Woo Thou Thy Snowflake Ho, Jolly Jenkin
Selection from ' The, Emerald Isle'
10.18 T'OPLISS GREEN
The Lost Chord Tears, idle tears
Overture to 'Iolantho'
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