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: A CONCERT

CHARLES I. RECORD' (Baritone)
THE CELTIC HARP Trio

: Alphonse du Clos and his Orchestra

From the Hotel Cecil
2.0 2.25 Experimental transmission of still pictures by the Fultograph Process (and at this same hour on the remaining days of the week.) 5XX (Daventry only).

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Sir WALFORD DAVIES :
(a) A Beginner's Courso
(b) An Intermediate Courso with a Short Concert
(c) A Short Advanced Course

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

The Rev. J. A. NAIRN. D.Litt.: 'The Classics in Translation-III, The Translators of the Augustan Age'

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

Aboard H.M.S. Sticklebat /
The Scone is tho Word Room, wherein those members of the Ship's Company who have promised to appear in ' A Grand Concert' to be given tomorrow ovening, arc gathered together for a final rehearsal

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC

HANDEL'S VIOLLN SONATAS
Played by .EDA KERSEY
Sonata in F (First Threo Movements)
Adagio; Allegro; Largo

: Questions for Women Voters—IX: Should Wages be Supplemented -by Family Allowances?


A Discussion between Miss ELEANOR RATHBONE and Professor D. M. MACGREGOR
No-one is better qualified to discuss the subject of family allowances than
Miss Eleanor Hathbone , whose recent book, 'The Disinherited Family,' did so much to bring the question before the public. To base wages on a supposed family of man, wife and three children means, on Miss Rathbone's showing, that a family wage is going to many wage-earners with no family obligations, and that those with large families get too little for their needs. Professor MacGregor will discuss the pros and cons of this problem with Miss Rathbone.

: A MILITARY BAND CONCERT

FRANCIS RUSSELL (Tenor)
Louis PECSKAI (Violin)
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND
Conducted by B. WALTON O'DONNELL ,
THE Overture begins with the oliin notes of Oberon's horn, twice repeated,with a soft fairylike theme on the strings responding to it. All the first section is fairy music of the daintiest, order, and then, with a sudden crash, we are transported to the rush of tho mortal world. The first part of the quick section which follows comes to an end with an echo of the horn, and a reminder of the fairy music, and then there is a very lively themes played first by clarinet and afterwards by violins. The next important tune is that of the great air sung by the heroine Rezial, telling of her love for the knight Sir Huon, and another vigorous passage suggests the chivalry and glittering pomp of the Court of Charlemagne,

Overture, ' Oboron ' - Weber
7.55 FRANCIS RUSSELL Love's Secret - Bantock
Christmas Roses - Carlos Buchardo
A Summer Idyll - Michael Head
8.2 Louis PECSKAI Sonata in A - John Collett, arr. Alfred Moffat
8.10 BAND Soloction, 'The Tales of Hoff. mann' - Offenbach
8.28 FRANCIS RUSSELL. ; L'Alba Sefara - Tosti
Sigh no more - Aiken
I saw from the beach (Old Irish) - arr. Herbert Hughes
8.35 Louis PECSKAI Romanza - Wieniaucski
Am Springbrunnon (At the Fountain) - Schumann, arr. Rudorff
8.44 BAND Ballet, 'Les Erinnyes' - Masscnet Danse Grècque; Lo Troyenno regrottant sopatrio; Finale.

: DANCE MUSIC

THE PICCADILLY PLAYERS, directed by AL STARRTA, and THE PICCADILLY HOTEL DANCE BAND, directed by JAMES KELLEHER, from the Piccadilly Hotel

: Abe Lyman and his Californians

from the Kit Cat Restaurant.








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