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: "The King's Highway."

" Come, let us stray where chance or fancy leads our roving walk."
THE WIRELESS QUARTET. IAN MCPHERSON (Baritone).

Contributors

Baritone: Ian McPherson

: Afternoon Topics

Miss Muriel Gray , of Glasgow University, " The Amusements of Medieval
Women."

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Muriel Gray

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

At)
Home Day for Women !

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS. Capt. FEATHERSTONE

" An
Icy Wilderness in Northernmost India." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Radio Society Talk.

POPULAR ORCHESTRA!..
VIVIAN FOSTER
("The Vicar of Mirth").
THE STATION ORCHESTRA:
Conducted bv
HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.

Contributors

Unknown: Vivian Foster
Unknown: Herbert A. Carruthers.

: " THE VIRAR OF MIRTH "

on " Shoes and Ships and Sealing-
Wax."

: The Vicar of Mirth

on "Cabbages and Kings."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr. G. B. PRIMROSE : " Badminton."
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. G. B. Primrose








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