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: THE LANCASHIRE MILITARY BAND "

Relayed from the City Hall

: BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS

Reading of' Captain Cook's Voyages of Discovery.' Professor T. H. PEAR ,' How to Study—II, Can we-Train the Memory? '

Contributors

Unknown: T. H. Pear

: NEVILLMELLAND(Pianoforte Syncopation)

Headin' Home
Sea Song Black Bottom
Play that ' Hot ' style

: The Children's Hour

Nature Songs - 'The Poor Linnet in the Hedge.' 'The Violet,' 'The Forget-me-not ' (Krcuz), sung by Harry Hopewell; 'The Snowdrop,' 'The Swallows' (Schumann); The Starling'(Lehmann), sung by Betty Wheatley

: THE 'DUDS ' CONCERT PARTY

RALPH COLLIS
HAROLD BRAYFIELD
W. B. MACMILLAN
ERIC E. FOWLER
RETA FISHLOCK
PHOEBE HUGHES
PAULINE PARRY
. \V. WILSONREDDING.
Produced by RALPH COLLINS

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Collis
Unknown: Harold Brayfield
Unknown: W. B. MacMillan
Unknown: Eric E. Fowler
Unknown: Reta Fishlock
Unknown: Phoebe Hughes
Unknown: Pauline Parry
Produced By: Ralph Collins








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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