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: Morning Concert

by the 2ZY Trio.

Contributors

Musicians: The 2ZY Trio

: Concert

Elsie Tippett, (Contralto); Mr. T. H. Morrison (Solo Violin).

Contributors

Contralto: Elsie Tippett
Violinist: T. H. Morrison

: First General News Bulletin

Broadcast from London
followed by Manchester News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Concert by St. John's (Weaste) Wesleyan Prize Choir

Anthems, "Trembling Soul" (halaw), "Oh Father, Whose Almighty Power" (Handel).
The Choir. Songs,"Carnival" (J. L. Molloy), "Thinking of You" (Wilfred Shaw).
Miss Daisy King. Glees, "Revel of the Leaves" (G. A. Veazie), "Away to the West" (Carey Bonner).
The Choir.

Contributors

Singers: St. John's (Weaste) Wesleyan Prize Choir
Soprano: Daisy King

: T. H. Morrison (Solo Violin)

Contributors

Violinist: T. H. Morrison

: St. John's (Weaste) Wesleyan Prize Choir

Songs, "Never Mind" (Guy d'Hardelot), "A Frivolous Ballad (G. D. Slater).
Mr. J. M. Taylor. Anthems, "Blessed is He that Considereth the Poor" (Owain Alaw), "Sun of My Soul" (Edmund Turner).
The Choir.

Contributors

Singers: St. John's (Weaste) Wesleyan Prize Choir
Soprano: Daisy King Tenor: J. M. Taylor

: The Week's Music

as delivered in London by Percy A. Scholes (the B.B.C. Musical Critic).

Contributors

Speaker: Percy A. Scholes

: Further Concert by St. John's Prize Choir

Song, "Oh, My Lyre Immortal" (Gounod).
Miss A. Dobb. Glee. "Strike the Lyre" (T. Cooke).
The Choir. Song, "Brian of Glenaar" (H. Graham).
Franck Rushton. Welsh Hymn, "Cwm Rhondda" (J. Hughes).
The Choir. Glee, "Fierce was the Wild Billow" (T. T. Noble).
The Choir.

Contributors

Singers: St. John's Prize Choir
Singer: A. Dobb
Singer: Franck Rushton

: Second General News Bulletin


Broadcast from London followed by Manchester News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Spanish Talk

by Mr. W. F. Bletcher, Examiner in Spanish to the Lancashire and Cheshire Institutes.

Contributors

Speaker: W. F. Bletcher

: Dance Music by Savoy Orpheans


at Ballroom of Savoy Hotel.
Transmission from London.
(See London Programme)

Contributors

Musicians: Savoy Orpheans








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