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: School Transmission

Mr-James Bernard, "Cameos from Victorian Novelists - Paul Kelver (Jerome K. Jerome): "How Paul Got His First Situation!"

Contributors

Unknown: Mr-James Bernard
Unknown: Victorian Novelists-Paul Kel
Unknown: Jerome K. Jerome

: The Lancashire Military Band

Conductor, Edward Dunn , relayed from the " Cinderella Club " Doll Show at the City Hall.

Contributors

Conductor: Edward Dunn

: Afternoon Talk

Mr. G. H. Bowker , " The Decaying Art of Letter-Writing."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. H. Bowker

: Tea-time Concert

Annie Ogden (Soprano). The Lancashire
Military Band, relayed from the City Hall.

Contributors

Soprano: Annie Ogden

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from London

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

" Musical Sounds-The Brass '
Instruments." Talk prepared by the late Prof. E. H. BARTON , D.Sc.Lond., F.R.S. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: E. H. Barton

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: THE CHARM OF VARIETY.

TON1 FARRELL
(Speciality Pianist).
JOSEPH FARRINGTON (Bass).
TONI FARRELL.
Tango, "Teneriffe."
Some Different Opinions on " Show Me the Way To Go Home " (Bach-Scarlatti-Sinding-Me ndelssohn-Grieg).

Contributors

Bass: Joseph Farrington
Bass: Toni Farrell.

: Snatches from Revues.

BETTY WHEATLEY
(Soubrette).
VICTOR SMYTHE.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
THE ORCHESTRA.
BETTY WHEATLEY and VICTOR SMYTHE. Selected.
VICTOR SMYTHE.
Selected.

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Victor Smythe.
Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: Victor Smythe.
Unknown: Victor Smythe.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS. Mr. EDWARD CRESSY

"The
Engineer in Adventure-Fever and Flood in an Indian Jungle." S.B. to all Stations.
Local News.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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