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: Transmission to Schools

Mr. Edgar L. Bainton, " Music of the Nations-(3) France, (a) Ancient, (b) Modern."

: FOR THE CHILDREN

Concluding with Humperdinck's " Hansel and Gretel " Overture, played by the Station Orchestra.

: FREDERIC COLLIER

(Bass) and THE STATION ORCHESTRA : Conductor, EDWARD CLARK.

Contributors

Conductor: Edward Clark.

: For Farmers

Prof. Gilchrist, " Seasonable Notes."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Sir WILLIAM BRAGG , D.Sc,
" Old Trades and New Knowledge-The Trade of the Weaver." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir William Bragg

: Mr. W. F. BLETCHER

Spanish Talk. S.B. from Manchester.

: COMMUNITY SINGING.

Conducted by Dr. W. G. WHITTAKER.
Vocalist :
JOSEPH FARRINGTON (Bass).

Contributors

Conducted By: Dr. W. G. Whittaker.
Bass: Joseph Farrington

: THE STATION REPERTORY COMPANY

in A Little Fowl Play."
A Farce in One Act by Harold Owen.
Presented by ERIC BARBER .
Cast
Mind Picture : Picture the study at the Warren's flat, 13, Balfour Mansions, Balham. It is the room of a literary man, furnished inexpensively but in good taste. Gilbert Warren is one of those authors who, up . to the present, has lived mainly on hopes and even they have now given out. He is out at the moment, engaged upon his daily fruitless pursuit of publishers. Meantime the study is occupied by his poor little wife, who fits despondently awaiting his return.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Owen.
Presented By: Eric Barber
Unknown: Gilbert Warren

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. L. G. MAINLAND "Zoc
Animals of To-day--Giants in and out of the Zoo." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. L. G. Mainland








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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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