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: Prof. R. S. Rait

C.B.E., M.A.,
LL.D., " History-The Murder of James I."

: Mr. Percy Gordon

Mus.Bac.,
" Music."

: Dance Music. .-

Plaza Band, relayed from Plaza
Palais de Danse.

: Afternoon Topics

Miss Hilda
Ferris, Glasgow and West of Scotland College of Domestic Scienee, " Light Yeast Mixtures."

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Uncle Hal will tell another Adventure of Dr. Doolittle.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from London.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: CHARLES DICKENS AND OLD LONDON.

SOPHIE ROWLANDS
(Soprano).
TOM KINNIBURGH
(Baritone).
THE PERCIVAL STEEDS
DRAMATIC COMPANY.
TOM KINNIBURGH.

Contributors

Soprano: Sophie Rowlands
Unknown: Tom Kinniburgh.

: CHARACTERS IN LITERATURE.

No. 4-Mr. SILAS WEGG,
Ballad-Monger and Stall-Keeper. A Scene arranged for Broadcasting by PERCIVAL STEEDS, B.A.
(Oxon.), from " Our Mutual Friend "
(Charles Dickens ).
Mr. Silas Wegg is engaged by Mr.
Boffin to read aloud " The-Decline-and -Fall - Off-the - Rooshan-Empire."
Scene Presented by the PERCIVAL STEEDS
DRAMATIC COMPANY.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Dickens

: SOPHIE ROWLANDS.

" London Spring Song " ; " Buy My Strawberries " ; " Down
Vauxhall Way " ; " The Nightingales of Lincoln's Inn " ; " May Day at Islington."

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS-

Sir H. WALFORD , DAVIES:
" Music and the Ordinary Listener." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir H. Walford

: DANCE MUSIC. .

THE PLAZA BAND.
Relayed from the Plaza Palais de Danse.








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