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: WOMEN'S CORNER

- Lady Brooks interviewed before tho Microphone by C. H. C. of the Birmingham Gazette.

: 'Teens' Corner

: Prof. W. S. Boulton ,
D.Sc., F.G.S. (of the Birmingham Natural History and Philosophical Society), " The Use and Misuse of Coal."

Contributors

Unknown: W. S. Boulton

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Prof. T. H. PEAR. S.B. from Manchester. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: T. H. Pear.

: Ballad Concert.

Relayed from the Town Hall. NORA DELMARR (Soprano).
ASTRA DESMOND (Contralto).
JOHN COATES (Tenor).
JOSEPH FARR1NGTON (Bass).
THE CITY OF BIRMINGHAM CHOIR :
Conductor, JOSEPH LEWIS.
The following arc the songs to be sung during the ovening by the leading Artists. The Audience will join in the Choruses, assisted by the Choir:-
Nora Delmarr.

Contributors

Tenor: John Coates
Conductor: Joseph Lewis.
Unknown: Nora Delmarr.

: SPEECHES

from the AFRICAN
SOCIETY DINNER. S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Major OWEN RUTTER. S.B. from London.
Royal Horticultural Society Talk. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Major Owen Rutter.








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