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: Mr. Harold Casey

of the Station Repertory Company, Baritone, will give a Song Recital, accompanied on the Player-Piano by Mr. Joseph Lewis.
(to 16.30)


Baritone: Harold Casey
Pianist: Joseph Lewis

: Ladies' Corner

Fashion Talk, by Miss Nora Shandon.
A Chat on Health Culture, by a Physical Training Expert.


Speaker (Fashion Talk): Nora Shandon
Speaker (A Chat on Health Culture): A Physical Training Expert [name uncredited]

: Kiddies' Corner

(a) "The Tortoise Who Came Back Too Soon", from the "Clock and the Cockatoo", by Ruth Holmes, published by Basil Blackwell, Oxford; (b) Jack Hardy: Chap. 5, Part 2, by Herbert Strang.


Author (Clock and the Cockatoo): Ruth Holmes
Author (Jack Hardy): Herbert Strang

: Weekly Musical Criticism

by Mr. Percy Scholes (B.B.C. Musical Critic).
S.B. from London.


Speaker: Percy Scholes

: Special Programme of Beethoven Music

Station Orchestra. Overture: "Men of Prometheus". Entr'acte: Largo e Mesto. Sonata: "The Moonlight". (Beethoven.)

: Mr. Ronald Gourlay

the Blind Pianist, Entertainer and Siffieur, in selected items.


Performer: Ronald Gourlay

: Madame Alice Couchman

Solo Pianist: Sonata in D, opus 10, No. 3. (Beethoven.)


Pianist: Alice Couchman

: Mr. Ronald Gourlay


Performer: Ronald Gourlay

: Station Orchestra

Overture, "Coriolanus" (Beethoven).

: Second General News Bulletin

S.B. from London, followed by Midland News giving Local Weather Report.

: Dance Music

played by The Savoy Orpheans at the Savoy Hotel, London.
S.B. from London
(See London Programme)


Musicians: The Savoy Orpheans

: Close Down


Announcer: Joseph Lewis

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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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