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: Popular Afternoon

The Wireless
Quartet. E. W. Gould (Bass). Afternoon Topics : Mrs. MacIver, of the Board of Agriculture for Scotland, on " Poultry."

: Children's Corner

Muir Mathieson 's Boys' Orchestra. " 5SCS ' Radio Circle Choir. Fairy Revels.


Unknown: Muir Mathieson


S.B. from London.
Glasgow Radio Society Talk. Local News.
Special Dance Night.
Conducted bv ISAAC LOSOWSKY.
VIVIAN FOSTER (Entertainer). DANIEL SEYMOUR (Tenor). who will sing the Vocal Dance Numbers and Choruses.

: Orchestra.

Fox-trot, " I'm Gonna Bring a Watermelon " (G) ; One-step, "Dancin' Around"; Waltz, " First Love " (19) : Fox-trot, " From One Till Two" (6) : One-step, " How's Bonzo ? " (10) ; Highland Schottishe, "Mountain Dew."

: Vivian Foster

The well-known comedian,
" The Vicar of Mirth, " " Yes, I Think So," will say a few words.

: Orchestra.

One-step, " Dance Your Shoes Away"
(19) ; Fox-trot, " Blotto " (19) ; Waltz " Just to Hold You in My Arms " ; Quadrilles, " Reel Time " ; Fox-trot, " Turned Up " (6).

: Vivian Foster

has something else to tell you.

: Orchestra.

Eiphtsome Reel.


on " People I Should Like to Meet A Man Content with his Job."


S.B. from London. Mr.
F. M. CARRUTHERS. S.B. Jrom London. Local News.


Unknown: F. M. Carruthers.


S.B. from

: Close down.

Announcer: R. Elliot Kingsley.


Announcer: R. Elliot Kingsley.

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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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