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: Concert

The Station Light Orchestra-Conductor, William A. Crosse
Stella Rutherford (Soprano)

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Musicians: The Station Light Orchestra
Conductor: William A. Crosse
Soprano: Stella Rutherford

: Women's Half-Hour

Grace Burns on "Walks in Scotland" (2)

Miss Spence (Soprano)

Contributors

Speaker (Walks in Scotland): Grace Burns
Soprano: Miss Spence

: Scholars' Half-Hour

W. Carr, B.Sc on "Gems, Real and Artificial" (2).
(to 18.30)

Contributors

Speaker: W. Carr

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Mr. C. H. B. Quennell
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: C. H. B. Quennell

: Offenbach Selections

Norah Allison (Soprano), The Station Orchestra

Orchestra.
Selections from "The Grand Duchess."

Norah Allison
"The Doll's Song" ("The Tales of Hoffmann").
"My Pretty Dove."
"Night of Stars."

Orchestra
Melodies from "Genevieve de Brabant."

Norah Allison
"The Song of Fortunio."
"To Catherine."

Orchestra
Excerpts from "The Tales of Hoffmann."

Contributors

Soprano: Norah Allison
Musicians: The Station Orchestra

: An Interlude by the Strings: R. Marks

Selection.

Contributors

Cellist: R. Marks

: Offenbach Selections: Orchestra

Dance Music
"The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers"; "Katinka"; "Three O'Clock in the Morning (23); "Maybe"; "El Roli carlo."

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Royal Horticultural Society Talk
S.B from London.

Sir James H. Yoxall
S.B. from London.

Local News

Contributors

Speaker: Sir James H. Yoxall

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Bands

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: W. M. Shewen








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