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: Dance Music

, relayed from the State
Cafe. Hector Gordon (The Canny Scot). Talk to Women.


Unknown: Hector Gordon

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. W.F. Bletcher, Examiner in Spanish to the U.L.C.I., Spanish Talk

8.0-10.0 The Minnehaha Amateur Minstrels
(Relayed to 5XX and S.B. to other Stations)
Musical Director, Arnold Bennett.
Interlocutor, H. Albiston Gee.
At the Piano, J. Wadsworth.
Stage Manager, F. Bowyer.
The Troupe, Overture, "Minnehaha."
Harry Blyth, Interlude.
Tom Green, Song and Chorus, "Come, Sweet Morning."
G.R. Ward, Bones Solo, "Hobornoko."
Fred Edwards, Coon Song, "I'm Going South."
A. Finlay, Interlude.
F.B. Gilson, Laughing Song, "He'd a Funny Little Way with Him."
Arnold Bennett, Song and Chorus, "A Song of England."
M.A.M. Banjo Band, "Darkie Chuckle."
Selections ..... "Palladium March."
The Choir, Choral Item, "Negro Memories."
H. Albiston Gee, Interlude.
The Troupe, Medley, "Dusky Revels."
G.R. Ward, Solo on the Wine Glasses, "Echoes."
A.W. Coope, Interlude.
A.E. Kinlay, Humorous Song. "Germs."
Fred. Hill, Song and Chorus, "Beloved, Awake."
Blyth and Wilks, Humorous Duet, "Savannah G.A."
M.A.M. Banjo Band, Selection, "Life's Lullaby."
F.B. Gilson, Interlude.
The Troupe, Finale, "A Tour Through Syncopation Land."


Director: Arnold Bennett.
Unknown: H. Albiston
Piano: J. Wadsworth.
Unknown: F. Bowyer.
Unknown: Harry Blyth
Unknown: Tom Green
Unknown: G. R. Ward
Unknown: Fred Edwards

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Capt. P.P. Eckersley.
S.B. from London.

Local News.


Speaker: Captain P.P. Eckersley

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.

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