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: An Hour of Melody w

th the Wireless Quartet and Andrew Bryson (Solo Pianoforte).

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Bryson

: Boys'Brigade

Boys' Life Brigade, and Church Lads' Brigade Bulletins.

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.
Dr. J. J. Simpson.
S.B. from Cardiff.

Contributors

Speaker: J. J. Simpson

: Music.

S.B. from London.

: Down Under

S.B. to Edinburgh and Dundee.
Empire Phono-Flight NO. 2.
Australia.
Just a Picture of one of these far-off parts of the British Empire.
To-night, "5SC" will ring up the curtain on Australia. A Picture of this great island colony as it is to-day, with here and there a phase from the past, showing the struggles and successes of the great pioneers.
(Continued in column 1, page 311.)
The train will leave Sydney at 8.0 p.m., and we shall halt at Bendigo, Melbourne, Adelaide, Kalgoorlie, Perth, Port Hedland.
First Phase:
The Christening of Port Jackson.
Characters:
Capt. Cook's Boatswain - Halbert Tatlock
Capt. Cook's Cabin Boy - H. Mackenzie
Scene:
The Fore-deck of H.M.S. Resolution.
Time:
The Evening of April 28th, 1770. The first landing at Botany Bay.
Second Phase:
A Scene on the way to the "Ovens" Diggings in 1852. A Gold-mining Incident at "Dead-Horse Gully," 1853.
Third Phase:
A Squatter's Tale of Man and Horse.
Fourth Phase:
The Pearl Fisheries of Western Australia.
The Phono-Flight will include the following:
Guide:
An Officer of the Government of Australia.
(By kind permission of the High Commissioner.)
Dorothy Robson (Soprano) and John Collinson (Tenor), Who will sing the following
Aboriginal Folk-Songs.
"Ah! Wy-a-boo-ka" (The Turtle Song)
(A Melody sung by (The Songs orithe e Wellington ginally arranged by Valley Tribe of 1. Nathan and re-Australia) ............ arranged by " Dital Dital Baloo- Montague Clayton ) nat " (Duet) .........
" Koorinda Braid "
Halbert Tatlock with his Dramatic Company
Augustus Beddie
Duncan Clark
(Under the auspices of the Scottish Association for the Speaking of Verse).
The Station Orchestra:
Conducted by Herbert A. Carruthers
Arranged for Broadcast and Produced by Mungo M. Dewar.

Contributors

Unknown: Boatswain Halbert Tatlock
Unknown: H. MacKenzie
Soprano: Dorothy Robson
Tenor: John Collinson
Unknown: Montague Clayton
Unknown: Halbert Tatlock
Unknown: Augustus Beddie.
Unknown: Duncan Clark.
Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers.
Produced By: Mungo M. Dewar.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

. S.B. from London.
Prof. LASCELLES ABERCROMBIE. S.B. from Lreds-Bradford. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Lascelles Abercrombie.

: FREEMAN'S DANCE ORCHESTRA

relayed from "The Plaza."








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