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: A Concert

From Manchester
THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTBA
BERTHA PADFIELD (Contralto)
From Leeds
KENNETH WATSON (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Kenneth Watson

: The Children's Hour:

LIGHTING Up Time
Songs sung by DORIS GAMBELL and HARRY
HOPEWELL

Contributors

Sung By: Doris Gambell

: S.B. from London

(21.30 Local Announcements)

: Here is the Weather Forecast!

The Weather Forecast has long held an honoured place in our daily programme.
Tonight we shall try to show that music is a suitable medium for conveying this somewhat commonplace, but extremely useful information. For this purpose we have chosen the following four typical Weather Forecasts:-
I. Here is the Weather Forecast! The warm spring weather, which has favoured this country for the last forty-eight hours, is likely to persist, and a continuance of bright sunshine may be expected.
II. Here is the Weather Forecast! The stormy weather over the Atlantic is likely to reach these shores, and to-morrow will be stormy. A strong south-westerly gale is likely in the Irish Channel, and sea passages will be rough.
III. Here is the Weather Forecast! Extremely hot, dry weather is probable for the next forty-eight hours, and the attention of farmers is drawn to this. The continuance of summer weather is all in favour of the successful gathering of the heavy crops of hay.
IV. Here is the Weather Forecast! A depression is on its way from Iceland, and rain and cold winds may be expected in all districts within the next twenty-four hours.
The Northern Wireless Orchestra

Contributors

Conducted by: T. H. Morrison
Baritone: Tom Case








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