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: Miss Florence Farrar

Pianoforte Solo
Mr. W. A. Crosse's Nijou Orchestra
A Talk on Pots as told in London by Mr. Bernard Rackham.
Miss Florence Farrar, Pianoforte Solo
Mr. W. A. Crosse's Nijou Orchestra


Pianoforte: Florence Farrar
Musicians: W. A. Crosse's Nijou Orchestra
Presenter (A Talk on Pots): Bernard Rackham

: Women's Transmission

Ariel's Society Gossip; Mrs. C. S. Peel's Domestic Conversations.


Item presenter (Ariel's Society Gossip): Ariel
Item presenter (Mrs. C. S. Peel's Domestic Conversations): C.S. Peel

: Children's Transmission

(a) Sabo, the Pen-Wiper: Part 1, by E. W. Lewis; (b) Jack Hardy: Chap. 5, Part 1, by Herbert Strang.


Author (Sabo the Pen-Wiper): E. W. Lewis
Author (Jack Hardy): Herbert Strang

: Scholars' Half-Hour

A Short Talk on the Stories of the Nations by Mr. A. W. Dakers.


Speaker: A. W. Dakers

: Weekly Literary Review

by Mr. John Strachey (B.B.C. Literary Critic).
S.B. from London.


Literary critic: John Strachey

: Composer's Evening

Conducted by Sir Alexander MacKenzie, Principal of the Royal Academy of Music.
(See London Programme)
S.B. from London.


Conductor: Sir Alexander MacKenzie

: Motoring

by Capt. Richard Twelvetrees.
S.B. from London.


Speaker: Capt. Richard Twelvetrees

: An Hour's Dance Music

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


Musicians: The Savoy Orpheans

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Announcer: C. K. Parsons

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