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: Music

relayed from the Piccadilly
Picture Theatre.

: Women's Half-Hour

Elena Bertola (Soprano).

: W. C. Jenkins. F.R.A.S.

of Godleo
Observatory : "The Study of the Weather-(5) The English Summer-' Where is It ? "


S.B. from London. Mr. HARTLEY WITHERS. S.B. from
London. Local News.


Unknown: Mr. Hartley Withers.

: Morning - Noon - Night.


Overture, Morning, Noon and Night Suppé -
Dawn, from Suite A Day in Venice - Nevin
Chanson de Matin - Elgar (11)
Tenor. The Dawn - Guy d'Hardelot
Tis the Day - Leoncavallo
NOON.Orchestra. 'Noon-Tide Lovers ( The Green Lanes of England) - Clutsam
Prélude, L'Apres-Midi dun Faune ;', - Debussy
Tenor. Silent Noon - Vaughan Williams
A Memory - Edna Park
NIGHT. Orchestra. Evensong - Easthope-Martin
Reverie du Soir - Saint-Saens
The Moon Drops Low - Cadman
Tenor. Night Has a Thousand Eyes - Lambert
A Dream - Bartlett
Orchestra. Nocturne, from Suite, lllys - Ganne
Goodnight,' from Suite, A Day in Venice - Nevin
Slumber Song - Squire


S.B. from London. Mr. DOUGLAS KENNEDY. S.B. from
Royal Horticultural Society Talk. S.B. from London. Local News.


Unknown: Mr. Douglas Kennedy.

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London

: Close down.

Announcer : Victor Smytho.


Announcer: Victor Smytho.

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