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: Concert: The Station Light Orchestra

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Light Orchestra

: Women's Half-Hour

Stella Bailes on "Some Old Ballads"

Contributors

Speaker: Stella Bailes

: Children's Corner

Marthe Hugentobler - Yodel Songs

Songs and Stories by the Uncles.

Contributors

Yodeller: Marthe Hugenhtobler

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Miss M. Atkinson, B.Sc., on "Body Changes During Exercise."
(to 18.30)

Contributors

Speaker: M. Atkinson

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

French Talk
S.B. from London.

Local News

: Drama, and Yodel Songs

Marthe Hugentobler (Yodeller), 5NO Repertory Company, Evelyn Barrow and Gertrude Pugh (Duets), George Bainbridge (Baritone), William A. Crosse (Solo Clarinet)

8.0 William A. Crosse

Marthe Hugentobler
A few words explaining the Yodel Songs.
A Yodel Song

Contributors

Clarinettist: William A. Crosse
Speaker/Yodeller: Marthe Hugentobler

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: Cupboard Love

by Herbert Swears.
A Costume Comedy in One Act.
Cast:
The action passes at the house of Kitty Bellairs, situate at No. 3, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, and the Scene is laid in Kitty's boudoir. Time: 1789.

Contributors

Writer: Herbert Swears
The play produced by: Jennie Stevens

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: Evelyn Barrow and Gertrude Pugh

Selected Duets.

Contributors

Pianist: Evelyn Barrow
Pianist: Gertrude Pugh

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: George Bainbridge

Contributors

Baritone: George Bainbridge

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: The Legend of Vandale

An Original Comedietta in One Act, by Albert E. Drinkwater.
Cast:
Time: The Present.
The action takes place in the Entrance Hall of Vandale Towers, in Wiltshire.

Contributors

Writer: Albert E. Drinkwater
The play produced by: Gordon Lea

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: George Bainbridge

Contributors

Baritone: George Bainbridge

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: Evelyn Barrow and Gertrude Pugh

Selected Duets.

Contributors

Pianist: Evelyn Barrow
Pianist: Gertrude Pugh

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Prof. A.J. Ireland
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Professor A.J. Ireland

: Drama, and Yodel Songs: Marthe Hugentobler

Yodel Songs.

William A. Crosse

Contributors

Yodeller: Marthe Hugentobler
Clarinettist: William A. Crosse

: Close down

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Announcer: W. M. Shewen








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