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: Concert: Walkers Band

relayed from Tilley's Assembly Rooms.


Musicians: Walkers Band

: Women's Half-Hour

Mrs. Mather on "Baby's Training and Habits."

Isabel Spence (Soprano), Lullaby Songs


Speaker (Baby's Training and Habits): Mrs. Mather
Soprano (Lullaby Songs): Isabel Spence

: Scholars' Half-Hour: African Tribal Customs


Speaker: Mr. T.O. Hill, B.Sc.

: Farmers' Corner

Prof. Gilchrist, "Seasonable Notes."

: News and Weather Forecast: S.B. from London

Archibald Haddon: S.B. from London

Local News


Drama Critic: Archibald Haddon

: The Station Orchestra

Conductor, William A. Crosse

Jay Kaye (Entertainer).
Impressions of the late Dan Leno.

George Harris (Tenor).
Songs, Selected.

William A. Crosse (Solo Pianoforte)
Ten Minutes with Mendelssohn.

Jay Kaye
Further Impressions of the late Dan Leno.

George Harris.
Songs, Selected.



Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor/Pianist: William A. Crosse
Entertainer: Jay Kaye
Tenor: George Harris

: Sir Oliver Lodge

S.B. from London.


Speaker: Sir Oliver Lodge

: News and Weather Forecast: S.B. from London

Royal Horticultural Society Talk: S.B. from London

Local News

: 5NO Competition

1st - £2 2 0
2nd - £1 10
3rd - £0 10 6
Listeners are invited to write the missing titles of the Vocal and Instrumental Items during this part of the programme on a postcard and forward them to the B.B.C., [address removed]
Closing Date for Competition, 12th May.

: Close down


Announcer: W. M. Shewen

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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