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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

By WALTER S. VALE , Organist and Director of the Choir, All Saints, Margaret Street , W.1
Relayed from St. MARY-LE-BOWCHURCH

Contributors

Organist: Walter S. Vale
Unknown: Margaret Street

: DANCE MUSIC

The LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND, directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
MARY LAWSON
(Monologues)
FRED MASTERS
(Coon Songs)

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman
Directed By: Mary Lawson

: The Children's Hour

(From Birmingham)
Walter Randall, Three Blind Mice and a Pianoforte.
Where Fact and Fancy Meet—I, The First Dragons, by Helen M. Enoch.
Songs by Sinclair Logan (Baritone).

Contributors

Unknown: Walter Randall
Unknown: Helen M. Enoch
Baritone: Sinclair Logan

: Light Music

From Birmingham
The Birmingham Studio Orchestra,
Conducted by Frank Cantell
Balfe was one of the few British composers of his time (the early nineteenth century) who had much experience abroad. He spent a good many years in Italy and France, singing, and composing Operas in the Italian style. With The Siege of Rochelle (Drury Lane, 1835) he became known as a writer of English Operas, and The Maid of Artois, which appeared in the following year, with Malibran in the cast, strengthened his reputation.

Contributors

Conducted By: Frank Cantell

: VARIETY

From Birmingham
WINIFRED COCKERILL
(Harp)
SINCLAIR LOGAN
(Baritone)
MINA TAYLOR
(Irish Variety) EDITH JAMES
(Entertainer with a Piano)
EXCELSIOR MALE VOICE Quarto-

Contributors

Harp: Winifred Cockerill
Baritone: Sinclair Logan
Baritone: Mina Taylor
Unknown: Edith James

: A Debate

Mr Gerald Heard and Mr James Stephens debating the proposition 'That Prophecy is a Dangerous Thing', with Miss Rose Macaulay in the chair.

: Dance Music

Herman Darewski and his Band, from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.

: Debroy Somers' Ciro's Club Band

directed by Ramon Newton, from Ciro's Club.
(Until 23.15)








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