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: The Wireless Quartet. John Fraser

(Baritone). Afternoon Topics.

: Children's Corner

Our Poets' Corner - "The Poets' Corner and its Oldest Tomb," by Marion Henderson.

Contributors

Speaker: Marion Henderson

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. W. CAMPBELL SMITH. S.B. from
London. Local News.
Query Night.
S.B. to Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Dundet.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.
AMY MURDOCH (Soprano).
JAN WIEN (Solo Zither-Banjo).
WILLIAM ANDERSON (Bass).

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. Campbell Smith.
Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers.
Soprano: Amy Murdoch

: Amy Murdoch.

Three Solos.

: Jan Wien.

Two Solos.

: " THE HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN ”

Three Scenes from
(Sir Walter Scott ).
Arranged by JEAN C. STURROCK.
Produced by GEORGE ROSS.
"5SC'S" DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Walter Scott
Arranged By: Jean C. Sturrock.
Produced By: George Ross.

: Amy Murdoch.

Three Solos.

: Jan Wien.

Two Solos.

: Orchestra.

Something you all know.
End of Query Programme.
Prizes to the value of Two Guineas and One Guinea will be given to the Listeners sending in the most correct lists, including names of the items with their composers. The last day for receiving competition letters is Thursday, January 15th, 1925.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr. GEORGE MACDONALD. S.B. from
Edinburgh. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. George MacDonald.

: Orchestra.

Entr'acte, " In a Persian Market" Ketelbey








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