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Listings

: Prof. R. S. Rait

C.B.E., M.A..
LL.D., History, " The War of Independence."

: Dance Music by the Plaza Band

relayed from the Plaza Palais de Dansc.

: Afternoon Topics

Mr. B. G.
Aston, " Witchcraft- The Rites of the Witches."

: Dance Music.

S.B. from
London .

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Lady ADAM SMITH on Toe H."
S.B. from Aberdeen.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Lady Adam Smith

: Pianoforte Recital.

S.B. from
London.

: French Reading by M. STEPHAN

" Mlle. Perle et Autres Contcs." S.B. from
London.

: PHILEMON.

S.B. from London.

: ORCHESTRAL SOLOS.

HARRY CARPENTER (Violin).
LEONARD HIGGS
(French Horn).
HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS
(Pianoforte).

Contributors

Violin: Leonard Higgs
Pianoforte: Herbert A. Carruthers

: A MYSTERY THRILL.

THE LONDON RADIO
REPERTORY PLAYERS,
Including
HENRY OSCAR and MICHAEL HOGAN , in THE STALLIONS OF GORE
ASH."
The scene is an Old
Moated Grange at Gore Ash , the seat of Mr. Priest's friend, Sir Ralph West , a keen sportsman and traveller, just returned from abroad, with whom Priest is staying the week-end.
The action takes place in the Hall, the oak-panelled Dining Room and the Stables of the Grange.

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Oscar
Unknown: Michael Hogan
Unknown: Moated Grange
Unknown: Gore Ash
Unknown: Sir Ralph West

: LEONARD HIGGS.

Concerto for French Horn Strauss
2nd Movement and Finale.
Reverie, " Berceuse " Rousselot

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: DANCE MUSIC BY THE PLAZA BAND.

Relayed from the Plaza Palais de Danse.








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