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: The Station Pianoforte Quintet

(Leader, Frank Cantell).

: Afternoon Topic

Mabel
France, " The Lighter Side of Minor Tragedies."

: LOZELLS PICTURE HOUSE ORCHESTRA

Conductor, PAUL RIMMER.

Contributors

Conductor: Paul Rimmer.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS

Mr. H. G. SEAR " The By-Ways of Fiction-(5) Charles Reade. " -

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Reade.

: Further Selected Old English Pieces

played by RAE ROBERTSON. SB. from
London.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: SYMPHONY CONCERT.

S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Prof. GILBERT MURRAY. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Gilbert Murray.

: PLAY AND SONGS.

HARRY HOPEWELL
(Baritone).
" 'Twas in the Lovely Month of May."
" From Out My Tears Are
Springing."
" The Rose and the Lily."
" I Gaze Into Thy Tender Eyes." " I Blame Thee Not."
" Whene'er I Hear Them Singing."
" I Wept as I Lay Dreaming." " At Nightfall I See You."
" The Fairy Tales of Childhood."
(" Dichterliebe ") Schumann

: THE " 5IT " RADIO PLAYERS

(Directed by SYDNEY RUSSELL )
Present
" The Open Gate."
A Drama in One Act by C. Haddon Chambers.
Cast:
Mind Picture : A cottage situated in a country lane and lying a few yards back from the roadway.
The garden, which is full of flowers, is bounded by a fence on which luxurious creepers straggle. The gate to the house is open-in fact, as can he seen, it has been so for many years.

Contributors

Directed By: Sydney Russell








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