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: WOMEN'S HALF-HOUR

The
Rev. Herbert Bames on " James Thomp son, the Man of Faith."

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. Herbert Bames
Unknown: James Thomp

: Scholars' Half-Hour

The
Rev. A. H. Robins , " English Social Pioneers- William Cobbett. "

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. A. H. Robins
Unknown: William Cobbett.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
FRENCH TALK. S.B. from London. Local News.

: Interval.

Chamber Music.
ALBERT SAMMONS (Solo Violin).
WILLIAM MURDOCH (Solo Pianoforte).

: Violin and Pianoforte Duet.

Sonata in F Major. Op. 30, No 2 Beethoven

: THE " 5NO " REPERTORY COMPANY

in " LOVE IN A RAILWAY TRAIN."
A Duologue by Frank Stayton.
Cast:
Scene : Any room, anywhere.
Produced by JENNIE STEVENS.

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Stayton.
Produced By: Jennie Stevens.

: The " 5NO " Repertory Company in " A MAKER OF MEN."

A Duologue by Alfred Sutro.
Cast :
Scene : A little sitting-room in a small house in a faraway street in West Hampstead.
Produced by JENNIE STEVENS.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Sutro.
Produced By: Jennie Stevens.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London,
Mr. F. A: MITCHELL HEDGES. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mitchell Hedges.

: Orchestra.

" Elsa's Dream " (" Lohengrin ").. Wagner

: Close down.

Announcer: E. L. Odhams.








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