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Mona C. Ellison (Soprano), Winifred Redpath (Solo Pianoforte), Jack Todd (Tenor)


Soprano: Mona C. Ellison
Pianist: Winifred Redpath
Tenor: Jack Todd

: Women's Half-Hour

Miss Robins on "The Camp Fire Movement."

Chorus Singing by Camp Fire Girls.


Speaker: Miss Robins
Singers: Camp Fire Girls

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

Talk by Edgar L. Bainton, Principal of the Newcastle Conservatoire of Music.

Local News


Speaker: Edgar L. Bainton

: Mozart Evening

7.45 The Station Orchestra
Conductor, William A. Crosse
Overture, "The Magic Flute."
Allegro from Serenade (for Strings).


Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: William A. Crosse

: Mozart Evening: Ernest Sharp's Quinette

Clarinet Quintette
(Solo Clarinet, William A. Crosse)


Musicians: Ernest Sharp's Quinette
Clarinettist: William A. Crosse

: Mozart Evening: John Collinson (Tenor)

"To Friendship."
"A Stout Heart."
"Secret Love."
"A Song of Contentment."
"The Angel of Peace."
"Ye Birds that Homeward Soar."
"In the Wood."

Clarinet Quintette

Andante and Minuetto from Serenade (for Strings).

Clarinet Quintette


Tenor: John Collinson

: Mozart Evening: John Collinson

"Life's Journey."
"The Deluded World."
"The Violet."
"Evening Song."
"Bosom in Rapture."
"Slumber Song."

Overture, "Il Seraglio."
Finale from Serenade for Strings.


Tenor: John Collinson

: Mozart Evening: May Jobson (Contralto)

Songs, Selected.



Contralto: May Jobson

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

Canon Anthony Deane - S.B. from London.

Local News


Speaker: Canon Anthony Deane

: Mozart Evening: Orchestra

Selection of Mozart's Works.

: Close down


Announcer: E. L. Odhams

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