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: Transmission to Schools

Mr. C. H. W. G. Anderson, B.Sc., " Biology-(1) Living Factories."

: Violin and Piano Recital

by ELLA TOMLINSON and OLIVE TOMLINSON.
BETTY HUMBLE (Soprano).

Contributors

Unknown: Ella Tomlinson
Unknown: Olive Tomlinson.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

A Summary of the Wirelesa
Papers for the Week. S.B. from London.

: ANGUS MORRISON (Solo

Pianoforte) : Recital of Mozart's Pianoforte Sonatas, Session V. S.B. from London.

: Mr. C. ROBERTS

B.A.. "The
Romance of Lindisfarne."
Instrumental Variety.
EVA TAYLOR (Concertina).
TOM CLOUGH
(Northumbrian Small Pipes).
H. M. PELL (Cornet)..
JACK BODDICE (Euphonium).
GEORGE KORBER (Zither).
BILLY BANKHEAD
(The Pitman Champion Mouth
Organist).

Contributors

Concertina: Tom Clough
Unknown: H. M. Pell
Unknown: Billy Bankhead

: BILLY BANKHEAD.

"The High Level Hornpipe" (Old Scotch Hornpipe)

: TOM CLOUGH.

" Duke of Athol " (Old Pipe
Tune) (Scotch Air with Variations).

: WEATHER Forecast and NEWS.

Ministry of Agriculture Talk by Sir A. D. HALL. S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Talk By: Sir A. D. Hall.








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