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: Armistice Commemoration

Broadcast locally from each Station.
10.45. Tuning Note.
10.50. Preliminary Time Signal.
10.57. Last Post.
11.0. Time Signal.
11.2. Réveillé.
Hymn-"O God Our Help in Ages Past" (A. & M. 165).

: Harold Dixon

(Solo Oboe). Kathleen Rivett (Mezzo-Soprano).
Edward Henderson (Bass).

Contributors

Oboe: Kathleen Rivett
Mezzo-Soprano: Edward Henderson

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Mr. C. Wain.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. C. Wain.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
JOHN STRACHEY. S.B. from London. Local News.
In Commemoration.
August 4th, 1914-November 11th. 1918.

Contributors

Unknown: John Strachey.

: THE STATION MILITARY BAND. Conductor

EDWARD CLARK.
March Funebre " Chopin
THE LAST POST.
(TRUMPETERS, 10th FIELD BRIGADE,
R.A.)
(By permission of Lt.-Col. T. G. Gaver -
Anderson, C.M.G., D.S.O.)

Contributors

Unknown: Edward Clark.
Unknown: Lt.-Col. T. G. Gaver

: Address by The Rev. R. G. COWIE

of St. Nicholas' Cathedral. Chaplain T.A.

: Band.

March, " Pomp and Circumstance," No. 2
(" Land of Hope and Glory") Elgar (1)
REVEILLE.
(Trumpeters R.A.)
Armistice Night.

: THE " 5NO REPERTORY COMPANY.

" THE LAST MILESTONE "
(Bernard March).
A Romance of the Great War.
Cast:
Scene 1.-The grill-room of the Cremorne
Gardens Hotel, Piccadilly. Time, March, 1918.
Scene 2.-C. Battery headquarters dug-out during the Great German Offensive of March, 1918.
Scene 3.-The smoking-room at Stoke
D'Arcy. Period, Post War.

: Band.

Dance Music.
Fox-trot, "Ah Fim Loo" (23): Waltz.
" Down to the Spa in Ships "; Fox-trot, "Naughty Baby"; Fox-trot., "Take, Oh Take Those Lips Away " (7); One-step, " If All the Girls" (16).

: SAVOY BANDS.

S.B. trom London.

: Close down.

Announcer : R. C. Pratt.

Contributors

Announcer: R. C. Pratt.








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