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: THE CARLTON HOTEL OCTET

Directed by RENEE TAPPONNIER, from the Carlton Hotel

: Thé Dansant

FRANK ASHWORTHS PARK LANE HOTEL DANCE BAND, under the direction of FRANK ASHWORTH , from the Park Lane Hotel

: THE SIXTH ROUND OF THE F.A. CUP.

A Running Commentary by GEORGE F. ALLISON on the Second Half of a Match
Relayed from the Gnound

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' Ix THE KITCHEN
' The Table and the Chair,' ' Apple-Dumplings,' and other songs, sung by JOHN THORN
' Macaroni ' '--a new Gnome Story by Mabel Marlowo
' The Duel —of the Pot and the Kettle (
Douglas Anderson )
'Latches and Knobs' (Elizabeth Fleming ) and other verse

: A BALLAD CONCERT

BETSY DE LA PORTE (Contralto)
MURRAY BROWN (Tenor)

: BALLAD CONCERT

(Continued) 7.0 Mr. BASIL MAINE :
' Next Week's Broadcast Music '

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

SCHUMANN'S SONGS
Sung by HELEN HENSCHEL
(Soprano)

: Mr. H. P. MARSHALL : ' Eye-Witness Account of the Royal Navy v. Army Rugby Football Match

THE Triangular Tournament in which the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force annually participate always produces some of the hardest and most stirring Rugby football soon during the year. This afternoon the Royal Navy meet the Army at Twickenham, and the game will now be described by Mr. H. P. Marshall , the old Oxford Blue and Harlequin forward, and co-author with W...W. Wakefield of the book on modem Rugby that has already become a standard work.

: LEICESTER BRASS BAND FESTIVAL MASSED BAND CONCERT

Relayed from the De Montfort Hall, Leicester
S.B. from Nottingham
Conductor, Lieut. J. ORD HUME , Hon. Director of Music to the Festival
Organist, Mr. WALTER GROOCOCK
Grand Ensemble, The National Anthem (Special
Band arr. by Ord Hume )
Massed Bands, Organ, and Fanfare of Trumpets
The whole of the programme will be performed by the MASSED BANDS, together with the ORGAN

: Writers of Today

Mr. James Stephens reading from his own Works

As the author of 'The Crock of Gold,' if for no other reason, Mr. James Stephens would be entitled to a place in the front rank of living writers. In addition, however, to this famous fantasy, and to the other that many judges consider a bettor book - 'The
Demi Gods' - he has written some lovely poetry, which was recently published in a collected form, and when he forsakes the 'Celtic twilight' for the street-lamps of Paris, Dublin, and London his work has those keen qualities of perception, sympathy and irony that distinguish 'Here are Ladies' and 'The Charwoman's Daughter.' His now book, 'Etched in Moonlight,' is being eagerly awaited in literary circles both here and in the United States.

: MORRIS HARVEY

in 'PEACHES'
A REVUE
Sketches by L. DU GARDE PEACH
Numbers by Various Composers
THE WIRELESS CHORUS and REVUE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by J. Louis ARTHUR
Arranged by GORDON MCCONNEL with EWART SCOTT
ALMA VANE
JEAN HARLEY
GEORGE BARKER
DOROTHY MCBLAIN KITTY BERESFORD
RADIO revues are one of the brightest features of the broadcast programmes, and a new revuo on the air is as eagerly awaited by its own audience as a new revue on the stage. Tonight's production has many points in its favour. Mr. du Gardo Peach, who has written the ' book,' is one of the most versatile of humorists, and he has ample experience of microphone technique. The east includes many broadcast favourites, headed by Morris Harvey , probably the cleverest revue comedian in the country, who has very recently given provincial listeners a taste of the quality that gave him such a reputation with London theatregoers in the days of The Nine O'clock Revue.

: DANCE MUSIC

: THE SAVOY Or-
PHEANS, FRED ELIZALDE and his Music and the SAVOY TANGO BAND from the Savoy Hotel








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