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: Relay of Tilley's Orchestra.

Ralph Baulks (Solo Flute). R.
J. Gasken (Tenor).

Contributors

Tenor: J. Gasken

: THE STATION STAFF.

Some of Our Earliest Artists :
W. A. CROSSE (Solo Clarinet and Piano).
JAMES GRIFFITHS (Solo 'Cello). MAY OSBORNE (Mezzo-Soprano).
ELSIE DOWNING (Soprano). LAMBERT HARVEY (Tenor).

Contributors

Artists: W. A. Crosse
Piano: James Griffiths
Tenor: Lambert Harvey

: Pianoforte Solos.

" Remembrance." " Hobgoblins." " Hope."
" Anxiety."

: THE UNCLES' TEA-PARTY.

Children's Choir.
Children's Trio (Piano, Violin, and 'Cello).
The Uncles.

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Mr. Charles Wain , " Nature and the Poets-(4) Scott."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Charles Wain

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
JOHN STRACHEY. S.B. from London. Local News.
Further Festivities.

Contributors

Unknown: John Strachey.

: Listeners are asked to imagine the Studio

en fête for this evening, the following Artists assisting in the revels :
MAY GRANT (Contralto).
PHYLLIS HOWE (Soprano).
H. M. PELL (Solo Cornet).
ARCHIBALD FAIRBAIRN (Elocutionist).
W. J. STARKEY (Solo Banjo).
ROBERT STRANGEWAYS (Baritone).
MICH-AEL KELLY (Solo Saxophone).
THE " 5NO " CHORAL SOCIETY : Conductor, RICHARD C. PRATT.
At 8.15 there will be a Sketch entitled
" ' 5NO ' FROM WITHIN."

Contributors

Soprano: Phyllis Howe
Soprano: H. M. Pell
Unknown: Archibald Fairbairn
Conductor: Richard C. Pratt.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sir WILLIAM BRAGG. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Bragg.

: THE SAVOY BANDS.

S.B. from
London.








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