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: The Wireless

Quartet.
Laurence Macaulay (Baritone). Afternoon Topics.

Contributors

Baritone: Laurence MacAulay

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

At Home
Day at " 5SC." The Radio Circle Choir. A Play, "Snow White and Rose Red," adapted from Grimm's Story by E. Har court Williams. Performed by Members of the Radio Circle.

Contributors

Story By: E. Har

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Glasgow Radio Society Talk.
Local News.

: THE SCOTTISH ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Sir LANDON RONALD.
Relayed from St. Andrew's Hall. S.B. to Edinburgh and Dundee.

Contributors

Conducted By: Sir Landon Ronald.

: Dance Night.

S.B. to Dundee.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by ISAAC LOSOWSKY .
DANIEL SEYMOUR (Tenor) will sing the Vocal Numbers and Choruses.
Orchestra.
Fox-trot, " The Rat Step "; Fox-trot, " In the Evening" (31); One-step, "All Scotch" (23); Waltz, " Heather Bells (31); Fox-trot, " One Little One More" (16); Fox-trot, "Sequehanna Home" (9); Polka, "Jolly Blacksmith"; Foxtrot, "Come On, Red" (6); One-step, "Dancing Jim"; Fox-trot, "Dancing into Dreamland" (9); Eightsome Reel; Waltz. " Who's Dancing With You ToNight?" (7); Fox-trot, " Riley's Cow Shed" (9): Fox-trot, " Raggedy Ann "; Quadrilles, "The Dollar Princess"; Waltz, " What'll I Do?" (7); One-step, " It's Wembley Over Here" (23); Foxtrot, " I Don't Know Why " (3).

Contributors

Conducted By: Isaac Losowsky
Unknown: Heather Bells
Unknown: Raggedy Ann

: The Scottish Orchestra.

S.B. to Aberdeen, Dundee and Edinburgh.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Mr. HARRY E. HASLAM. S.B. from
London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Harry E. Haslam.

: THE SAVOY' BANDS.

S.B. from
London.








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