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HELEN ALSTON (Songs at the Piano)
W. S. PERCY (Comedian)
BURNS and RAYMOND (Syncopated Duettists)

: The Wireless Military Band

Conducted by B. Walton O'Donnell.

There are two monuments to Count Egmont, the patriot of the Netherlands ; one is the statue of him that was erected at Brussels some sixty years ago (which many listeners will have seen); the other is Goethe's tragedy bearing his name, for the stage presentation of which Beethoven wrote music-an Overture and a good many incidental pieces, which all finely match the dramatic story. The Overture is full of the pride and heroism of Egmont.


THE THREE CLEFS (in Harmony)
ELSPETH Douglas REID (Character Studies)
FRED DUPREZ (Comedian)
FIRTH and SCOTT (Pot-pourri of Songs)


Relayed from the NEW GALLERY KINEMA



Overture to 'The Yellow Princess' - Saint-Saens
Suite from .' La Source ' (' The Spring ') Scarf Dance ; Andante ; Variation ; Circassian Dance - Delibes
9.50 ARTHUR BLAKEMORE (Viola) Albumblatter Moderato; Andante Sostenuto; Allegro ; Allegro molto vivace - Hans Sitt
10.0 ORCHESTRA Picturesque Scenes March ; Ballet Air ; Angelus; Cipsy Fete - Massenet


by A. J. ALAN
BY now everyone is well acquainted with the peculiar charm of A. J. Alan 's broadcasting manner, and nothing that can be said about him can add to the pleasure with which his admirers will learn that he is to broadcast again tonight.

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