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: CONCERT

DOUGLAS CAMERON ('Cello) and HARRY ISAACS
(Pianoforte)

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

By J. ALBERT SOWERBUTTS
(Organist and Director of the Choir, Guildford
Cathedral)
Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow Church

: Lunch-Time Music

by THE HOTEL METROPOLE ORCHESTRA (Leader, A. MANTOVANI), from the Hotel Metropole

: CONCERT

FRANK IVIMEY'S SEXTET and SYBIL SCANES (Contralto) HOWARD FRY (Baritone)
GWENDO PAUL (Pianoforte)

: Miss Mary Elphinstone

' The World's Largest Market '
To most Londoners, probably even those who pride themselves on their knowledge of the lesser-known ' sights,' Club Row means nothing at all. Yet, as they will discover when they hear Miss Elphinstone's talk, this little street in Bethnal Green is the oldest part of a market where one may buy dogs of all kinds - from the aristocrat who sells on his pedigree alone to the family pet being sold on the eve of licence day - to say nothing of canaries, goats, bicycles, rabbits - Chinchilla and otherwise - tortoises, and any number of other things: all in an atmosphere as truly Cockney as Dickens ever conceived.

: THE CHILDREN's HOUR

' Hansel and Greteol' in MUSIC and by Harcourt Williams and the Olof Sextet. 'Simple Magic once more,' by Cyril Shields

: FRANK WESTFIELD'S ORCHESTRA,

from the Prince of Wales Playhouse, Lewisham

: Mr. Percy Scholes

The B.B.C. Music Critic

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

BEETHOVEN'S SONGS
Sung by GEORGE PARKER
(Baritone)

: The Rev. F. TATCHELL :

' The Happy Traveller '

: A SONG RECITAL

by TOM KINNIBURGH (Bass)

: A DELIUS PROGRAMME ;

JOHN ARMSTRONG. (Tenor) :
ALBERT SAM MONS (Violin) ; THE WIRELESS SYM ;
ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOHN BARBIROLLl
ORCHESTRA On hearing the first cuckoo in Spring

: JOHN ARMSTRONG

So white, so soft, so sweet Firelight fancies

: ALBERT SAMMONS and Orchestra

Concerto for violin and orchestra

: JOHN ARMSTRONG

Y Brasil .j Indian Serenade.

: ORCHESTRA

Summer night on the river

: MABEL CONSTANDUROS & Co.

in a Sketch, entitled
' Mrs. 'OGBODDY OBLIGES '

: LIGHT ENGLISH MUSIC

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA : Conducted by JOHN ANSELL
ORCHESTRA The Bells of Spring
Autumn Winds
In the Tea House

: ORCHESTRA

More Dale Dances

: Orchestra

Shepherd's Holiday
Evening in the Forest
Merry pranks
Country Dance

: Dance Music

THE RIVIERA CLUB DANCE BAND, under the direction of HARRY JOSEPHS , from the Riviera Club
(Daventry only)








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