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: An Hour of Melody

Orchestra, relayed from the Central Station Hotel.

: WOMEN'S HALF-HOUR

Miss Maxwell Scott, " Victor Hugo in Guernsey."

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Hugo

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

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

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. J. J. Simpson.

: Music.

S.B. from London.

: Palestine. .

THE ORCHESTRA.
S.B. from Aberdeen.

: THE YEMENITE-SHALOM HAIM NADDAF.

Songs " Holiday Song."
Songs "Marriage Song."

: MOHAMMED MUSSA.

Songs " El Aouliah." Songs " El Karam."

: HAMED ABDULLAH.

" The Call From the Minaret."

: Sierra Leone. . Foreword by Mr. K. G. BURBIDGE

Exhibition Commissioner for Sierra Leone.

Contributors

Unknown: Sierra Leone.

: THE ASHANTI DRUMMER

Will drum a message of welcome. (As performed for H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.)

: Nigeria. .

Foreword.
The famous Bogobiri of Sokoto and the Madara of Sokoto. Algaita (Pipe) and Drum Call.

: Lagu Jambu Merah

(" The Song of the Rose Apple "), Sung by Inehi Itam , Inchi Dahim and Chorus.
Orchestral Music, "Malay Opera Overture."
(Instruments used are the Gamus, the Violin and Gong.)
Lagu Dua Singapura (" Two Singapore
Songs "), Sung by Inchi Mahmud , Inchi Mat Sum and Chorus.
Lagu Bungar Rampai (" Pot Pourri "),
Sung by Inchi Hamzah , Inchi Udin , Inchi Mahmud and Inchi Dahim.

Contributors

Sung By: Inehi Itam
Sung By: Inchi Dahim
Sung By: Inchi Mahmud
Unknown: Lagu Bungar Rampai
Sung By: Inchi Hamzah
Sung By: Inchi Udin
Sung By: Inchi Mahmud
Sung By: Inchi Dahim.

: JOHN COLLINSON.

Songs of Burma.

: DUNCAN GLARK.

Poem, " Vale !" from " Ballads of Burma," by Mr. M C. Conway Poole. '

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. M C. Conway Poole.

: THE CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA.

S.B. from Aberdeen.
" Land of Hope and Glory."

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Programme

S.B. from Birmingham.

: EXPERIMENTAL TRANSMISSION.

" 5SCS " Potted Programme.








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