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: The Station Septet.

Norah Allison
(Soprano). Mrs. Knyvett, "Idylls of the King " (No. 2).

Contributors

Soprano: Norah Allison

: Farmers' Corner

: Mr.
R. W. Wheldon , "Manures for Potatoes." Poultry Notes.

Contributors

Unknown: R. W. Wheldon

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Dr. STORR-BEST. S.B. from Sheffield.
Local News.
Saturday Night Concert.
THE STATION MILITARY BAND :
Conductor, EDWARD CLARK.
THE THREE TYKES.
Syncopated Songs by KEIGHLEY DUNN (Baritone).

Contributors

Conductor: Edward Clark.
Songs By: Keighley Dunn

: The Three Tykes.

They Introduce Themselves. " The Ruby Rag."
" If You Could Only See My L'il Old Home." " Mary."

: The Three Tykes.

Edgar Bangs the " Dominoes."
There may be an Argument about Singing. " Horsey " (with Interruption) ........ (6) " Down Vauxhall Way " (8) Impression of the late G. H. Chirgwin. " The Tipster As We Know Him " " Baboon Baby Dance."

Contributors

Unknown: Edgar Bangs
Unknown: G. H. Chirgwin.

: The Three Tykes.

" Warfare, Ancient and Modern."
"Un Peu d'Amour."
" The Russian Rag.""The Little Red School House."

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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