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: Manchester University Jubilee Celebrations

Ceremony of Conferment of Honorary
Degrees relayed from the FREE TRADE TTAT.r., MANCHESTER
Address by the Chaneefor of the University, the EARL OF CRAWFOBD AND BALCARRE3, K.T.

: A Ballad Concert


All Souls' Day - Strauss
Serenade - Strauss
In the Harem - Bantock
Hymn of the Ghebers - Bantock THE HARMONIC TRIO
DoRIS SMITH (Violin), WILLIAM DEMONT (Violoncello), - RONALD SETTLE (Pianoforte)
Trio - Turina Prelude and Fugue; Theme and Variationa; Sonata
EVELYN DUEE Jeanne d' Arc (Joan of Arc) - Tchaikosky
Justive (' Le C;d ') - Massenet

: Manchester University Jubilee Celebrations

Speeches by the ChanceUor of the Exchequer, the Right HonouraMe Pinup SNOWDEN, and the American Ambassador, General CHARLES G. DAWES , on the occasion of their receiving honorary degrees. Doctors of Laws


Songs by DORIS GAMDELL and HARRY HoPEWEU , including ' The Vagabond' (Ireland), 'Good-night ' (Kunneke) 'The Fairy Path' (Rowley)


Miss NF.T.T.TE KiREHAM: ' Intrusion into Etdom

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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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