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: Miss Ethel Page - Pianoforte Revital

(a) "Pastorale" (Scarlatti); (b) "Capriccio" (Scarlatti); (c) "Cuckoo Prelude" (Van der Gheyn); (d) "Papillon", opus 2 (Schumann).

Contributors

Pianist: Ethel Page

: A Short Talk on Home Counties

as told in London by Mr J. R. Robertson Scott.

Contributors

Speaker: J. R. Robertson Scott

: Miss Ethel Page - Pianoforte Recital

(a) "Octave Intermezzo" (Leschetizky); (b) "Minuet" (Lanella); (c) Polka (Rubinstein); (d) Rhapsody No. 2 (Liszt).

Contributors

Pianist: Ethel Page

: Scholars' Half-Hour

A Short Talk by Mr. Finnerty.

Contributors

Speaker: Mr. Finnerty

: First General News Bulletin

broadcast from London, followed by Newcastle News, giving Local Weather Report.

: A Short Talk on Portrait Painting

as told in London by Anthony Bertram.

Contributors

Speaker: Anthony Bertram

: Band of the Royal Air Force

by kind permission of the Air Council.
Conductor, Flight-Lieut. J. Amers, Director of Music, "Hungarian Dances No. 5 and 6" (Brahms); "In a Persian Market" (Ketelby).

Contributors

Musicians: Band of the Royal Air Force
[Band] conductor: Flight-Lieut. J. Amers

: Mr. W. A. Bates

will entertain.

Contributors

Entertainer: W. A. Bates

: Band of the Royal Air Force

"Petite Suite" (Tschaikowsky).

Contributors

Musicians: Band of the Royal Air Force

: Miss Beatrice Paramor (soprano)

"Sing Joyous Bird" (Montague Phillips); "The Beat of a Passionate Heart" (M. Phillips).

Contributors

Soprano: Beatrice Paramor

: Band, Royal Air Force

Corpl. G. Regan, D.C.M., Cornet Solo, "Quand tu chantes" (Gounod).

Contributors

Musicians: Band, Royal Air Force
Cornetist: Corporal G. Regan

: Mr. W. A. Bates

will entertain.

Contributors

Entertainer: W. A. Bates

: Band, Royal Air Force

Peer Gynt: (1) Anitra's Dance; (2) Solveig's Song (Grieg).

Contributors

Musicians: Band, Royal Air Force

: Miss Beatrice Paramor (soprano)

"The Little Damozel" (Ivor Novello).

Contributors

Soprano: Beatrice Paramor

: Band of the Royal Air Force

Contributors

Musicians: Band of the Royal Air Force

: Miss Beatrice Paramor (soprano)

"Golden Bird" (Haydn Wood).

Contributors

Soprano: Beatrice Paramor

: Band of the Royal Air Force

"The Flying Dutchman" (Wagner).

Contributors

Musicians: Band of the Royal Air Force

: Close Down

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Announcer: R. C. Pratt








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