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: " Frills and Fancies"

CONCERT PARTY.
Relayed from Kelvingrove Park.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO
DANCE BAND.
S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Mr.
HERBERT KENDRICK :
"Broadcasting in Inclia," S.B. from Manchester.

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Kendrick

: " AT THE VILLA ROSE "-

A Serial Storv. bv A. E. W. MASON. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: E. W. Mason.

: MUSIC AND A PLAY.

ERNEST WHITFIELD
(Violin).

Contributors

Violin: Ernest Whitfield

: ROBERT ALLAN (Bass).

Songs from Signor Foli 's Repertoire.

Contributors

Unknown: Signor Foli

: "A Valuable Rival."

A Comedy in One Act by Neil F. Grant.
(Played by command before Their
Majesties the King and Queen at Balmoral Castle.)
Performed bv
THE SCOTTISH
NATIONAL PLAYERS.
Cast :
William Bain M R KELSALL
Time-The Present. Produced bv R. B. WHARRIE.

Contributors

Unknown: Neil F. Grant.
Unknown: R. B. Wharrie.

: JEAN TAYLOR SMITH.

Short Recital of Poems by Thomas Campbell the Glasgow
Poet, born in Glasgow. July
27th, 1777.
" Juvenilia."
" How Delicious is the Winning." " The Clyde Revisited." " To the Rainbow." " Men of England."
" Dirge of William Wallace. " " The Soldier's Dream."
" Ye Mariners of England."

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Campbell
Unknown: William Wallace.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Dame HENRIETTA BARNETT ,
D.B.E., and The Rt. Hon. Lord B U R N H A M : " Education by the Press." S.B. from London.
Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Dame Henrietta Barnett

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE NEW PRINCES' DANCE
BANDS.
S.B. from London.








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