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Science Chats. JeaneMcIver on "Suitable Wedding Presents."

: Children's Corner

Stories, Students' Songs, by Auntie Cyclone, Uncle Mungo, and Uncle Alex. Singing Lesson by Auntie Cyclone, assisted by Tinkle Bell.


Songs By: Auntie Cyclone
Assisted By: Tinkle Bell


.S.B. /rom London. *
Mr. A. C. McCLELLAN on " Business Emciency."
Local News.


Unknown: Mr. A. C. McClellan

: Mr. H. Mortimer Batten

S.B. from Edinburgh.

: Old Rags

Grace Ivell and Vivian Worth (Duettists and One Piano).
Herbert Tatlock.
The Station Orchestra.
Conducted by Isaac Losowsky.
"The Shores of Minnetonka" (6); "Idaho" (6); "Leave Me With a Smile" (6); "Wana" (9); "Nelly Kelly, I Love You" (6).


Singer/Pianist: Grace Ivell
Singer: Vivian Worth
Performer: Herbert Tatlock
Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Conductor: Isaac Losowsky

: Grace Ivell and Vivian AVorth.

" Humming."
" Bells of St. Mary."
" Coal Black Mammy " ..................... (7) " Hortense " .................................... (.5)

: The Glasgow Shopping Series-No. 1.

" But We Have No Red Hats To Day '"
An Old " Gag " on a New Salver, Specialty
Written for Broadcast by HERBERT TATLOCK.
Characters (In order of their nrst speaking):
That Annoying Shop-Walker ! That Annoyins Customer !
That Annoying Saleswoman !
Scene (The only name for it) : That annoying shop you know in ... Street!
Time (When you haven't any) : That annoy ing hour of nve !


Unknown: Herbert Tatlock.

: Orchestra

"Wonderful One" (7); "Just Like a Thief"
(9); "Say it While Dancing" (6); "He Used to Sing in His Sleep" (9); " Granny's Song at Twilight " (9).

: Grace Ivell and Vivian Worth.

" I Ain't Nobody's Darling " ......... (1) " April Showers."
" Mammy " (3) " Lull Me to Sleep " ........................ (3)


S.B. from London.
Topical Talk. Local News.


relayed from Gleneagles Hotel.

: Close down. ' *

Announcer : Mungo M. Dewar.


Announcer: Mungo M. Dewar.

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