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: Orchestra

relayed from Fenwick's Terrace Tea Room.

: Tea-Time Topics

"My Part of the Country." by A. Bonnet Laird. "What the Prince Will See in South Africa " (6). by Annette Adams. Hilda Davison (Soprano).

Contributors

Unknown: Annette Adams.
Soprano: Hilda Davison

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Mr. Thomas Carter
, M.I.C.E., M.I.E.E., Fel.A.I.E.E., " How We Get Electric Power and Light."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Thomas Carter

: Farmers' Corner

Prof. Gilchrist, Seasonable Notes.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Miriam Licette in Roles from Mozart's Operas

The Station Symphony Orchestra:
Conductor, Edward Clark.

The Orchestra
Overture to "Idomeneo."

: MIRIAM LICETTE.

Costanza (the Abduction from the Seraglio).
Aria. " Torture Cannot Move Me."
The Countess (" The Marriage of Figaro "). Aria. " Golden Moments."

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Sarabande and March (" Figaro," Act III).

: MIRIAM LICETTE.

Cherubino (" The Marriage of Figaro "). " Non so piu, cosa son, cosa faccio."
Pamina (" The Magic Flute ").
" Ah, Lo So."

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Overture to "Cosi fan tutte."

: STERNDALE-BENNETT.

Original Songs at the Piano.
"Drake is Going to Sea." " Those Blooming Roses."
"A Persian Passion Poem."
" I Doan Wanna Go Back to Dixie."
" There's Another Little Girl I'm Fond
Of."

: On Tyneside.

WILLIAM BOWDEN.
(Original Tyneside Poems.)

Contributors

Unknown: William Bowden.

: TOM CLOUGH.

(Northumbrian Pipes.)

: " A NORTHUMBRIAN IDYLL."

A One Act Play.
(Specially Written for Miss Ivy Chipp by the late Lt. W. J. Haggart. )
Cast :
Scene : A Miner's Cottage. Time:
Afternoon.

Contributors

Unknown: J. Haggart.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. J. T. GREIN. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. T. Grein.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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