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: THE STATION MILITARY BAND.

Conductor-SIGNOR RABOTTINI .
EDITH PADDOCK (Soprano).
W. A. CLARKE (Solo Bassoon).
R. MERRIMAN (Solo Cornet).
Band. Announcer : J. C. Paterson .

Contributors

Conductor: Signor Rabottini
Soprano: Edith Paddock
Soprano: W. A. Clarke
Bassoon: R. Merriman
Announcer: J. C. Paterson

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Cardiff.

: RELIGIOUS SERVICE.

Conducted by the Rev. J. LOCKHEAD. Relayed from the Primitive Methodist
Church, Sparkhill.

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. J. Lockhead.

: An Evening with Dvorak. THE STATION SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.

Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS.
GLADYS WHITEHILL (Soprano). FRANK CANTELL (Solo Violin).
NIGEL DALLAWAY (Solo Pianoforte).
Orchestra.
Overture, "Carnival," Op. 92.
Songs.
" I Chant My Lay."
" Songs My Mother Taught Me." " God is My Shepherd."
Orchestra.
Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, Op. 95
("The New World ").
Pianoforte Solo. " Humoresque."
Violin Solo." Indian Lament."
Orchestra.
" Slavische Tanze ," Op. 46, First Set.

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis.
Conducted By: Gladys Whitehill
Soprano: Frank Cantell
Violin: Nigel Dallaway
Unknown: Slavische Tanze

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News.

: Close down.

Announcer : Percy Edgar.

Contributors

Announcer: Percy Edgar.








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