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: Pianoforte Trio relayed

from the Piccadilly Picture Theatre.

: School Transmission

" Lancashire's History in Stone and Brick-The Natural Features of the County," by Miss B. Hindshaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss B. Hindshaw.

: THE MAJESTIC " CELEBRITY " ORCHESTRA

Conductor, GERALD W. BRIGHT . Relayed from the Hotel Majestic, St. Anne's-on-the-Sea.

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald W. Bright

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. G. A. ATKINSON : "Seen on the Screen." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. A. Atkinson

: Further Selected Old English

Pieces played by RAE ROBERTSON. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Played By: Rae Robertson.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Half-an-Hour with Coleridge-Taylor.

GEORGE LINSTEAD
(Solo Piano).
"Caprice de Nanette" ("Petite
Suite de Concert").
FRANK E. SKINNER
(Tenor).
Two Song Poems :
"The Young Indian Maid " ;
"Beauty and Song."
Longfellow's " Death of Minne. haha " (" Hiawatha ").
Solo Parts Sung by FRANCES E. BURROWS
(Soprano),
JOHN ANDERSON
(Baritone).
Vocal Accompaniments by GEORGE LINSTEAD. The Poem Recited by JOHN ANDERSON.

Contributors

Tenor: Frank E. Skinner
Soprano: Frances E. Burrows
Baritone: John Anderson
Unknown: George Linstead.
Unknown: John Anderson.

: THE LONDON RADIO REPERTORY PLAYERS

present
" The Missing Link " by James Dyrenforth and H. M. H. Graham.
Characters :
Eric Maxwell-Smith -A Well-to-do Man of Thirty
MICHAEL HQGAN
Cynthia-His Wife
VIVIEN LAMBELET
Nathalie-Her French Maid
PHYLLIS PANTING
Mind Picture : An amusing incident which might have been another version of the Eternal Triangle except for circumstances which are explained in the course of the play.
Scene : The dressing-room of Eric Maxwell-Smith who is preparing to accompany his wife to a function. After the manner of a man, Eric is frantically seeking one of his cuff links.

Contributors

Unknown: James Dyrenforth
Unknown: Eric Maxwell-Smith
Unknown: Michael Hqgan
Unknown: Cynthia-His Wife
Unknown: Vivien Lambelet
Unknown: Eric Maxwell-Smith

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: All At Sea.

(An Impromptu Entertainment.)
FRANCES E. BURROWS
(Soprano).
ALICE MAY (Contralto).
FRANK E. SKINNER
(Tenor).
JOHN ANDERSON
(Baritone).
ALFRED COATES (Humorist).
GEORGE LINSTEAD
(Pianoforte).

Contributors

Soprano: Frances E. Burrows
Tenor: Frank E. Skinner
Baritone: John Anderson
Baritone: Alfred Coates

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. J. C. STOBART. S.B. from
London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. C. Stobart.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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