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: The Station Light Orchestra

Conductor, Edward Clark. J. C. Cooke (Bass).

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Clark.

: WOMEN'S HALF-HOUR

Una Rodenhurst on " The Two Flowers."

Contributors

Unknown: Una Rodenhurst

: Scholars' Half-Hour W. C. F.

Campaign, B.Sc, on " Lives of Engi. neers : George and Robert Stephenson. "

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Stephenson.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. JOHN KENMIR on " Association
Football." Local News:
ANDERSON TYRER (Solo Pianoforte).
THE FUNBEAMS CONCERT PARTY.

Contributors

Unknown: John Kenmir
Unknown: Anderson Tyrer

: The Concert Party

in a Jumble of Jollity arranged by Frank Chariton.
Leonora Howe leads the Party into Harmony. Bert Bright raises the Programme to its former Artistic Level. The Funbeams conclude with a Concerted
Medley, " Musical Justice (Charlton).
At the Piano, DORA TORRANCE.

Contributors

Arranged By: Frank Chariton.
Arranged By: Leonora Howe
Piano: Dora Torrance.

: Dance Music.

DAN JACOBS (Solo Saxophone and Euphonium).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA.
Conductor, EDWARD CLARK. Saxophone Solos.

: Orchestra.

Waltz, " A Kiss in the Dark"; Fox-trot,
" Virginia."

: Orchestra.

Fox-trot. "Midnight Rose " (6) : Fox-trot,
"Parisian Pierrot" (31); Tango Fox-trot. " ] Dream of a Castle in Spain " (9).

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. F. M. CARRUTHERS. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: F. M. Carruthers.

: THE SAVOY BANDS.

S.B. from
London.

: Close down.

Announcer : W. M. Shewen.

Contributors

Announcer: W. M. Shewen.








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