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: Lunch-time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 13.30)

: Falkman and his Orchestra

Relayed from the Capitol Cinema.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Musicians: Falkman and his Orchestra

: 5WA's Five O'Clocks

Miss Eleanor Vachell, F.L.S., Member of the Botanical Exchange Club of the British Isles, "Wild Flowers".

Contributors

Speaker: Eleanor Vachell

: Light Music

S.B. from London.

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

The Possibilities of Wireless Education

The Rev. David Richards, M.A.

Contributors

Speaker (The Possibilities of Wireless Education): The Rev. David Richards

: Light Music

S.B. from London.

: The Glory of Brahms

Sybil Maden (Contralto), Vera McComb Thomas (Solo Pianoforte)
The 5WA Choir
The Station Symphony Orchestra

(Leader, Leonard Busfield)
Conductor, Warwick Braithwaite

8.0 The Orchestra
Overture, "Academic Festival".

Sybil Maden
"The May Night".
"Sapphic Ode".
"The Forge".
"Serenade".

Vera McComb Thomas
Intermezzo in E Minor, Op. 119.
Rhapsodie in G Minor.

The Orchestra
Three Hungarian Dances in G Minor, D
Minor and F.

Sybil Maden, Choir and Orchestra
Rhapsody for Voice and Male Chorus.

The Orchestra
Two Minuets (Serenade No. 1 in D).

Vera McComb Thomas and Orchestra
Concerto in D Minor for Piano and Orchestra.

The Choir and Orchestra
Song of Triumph for Eight Part Chorus and Orchestra.

Contributors

Contralto: Sybil Maden
Pianist: Vera McComb Thomas
Singers: The 5WA Choir
Musicians: The Station Symphony Orchestra
Orchestra leader: Leonard Busfield
Conductor: Warwick Braithwaite

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Topical Talk
S.B. from London.

Local News

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.

Contributors

Musicians: The Savoy Bands








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