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: Transmission to Schools: Elementary Music and Musical Appreciation

Sir H. Walford Davies, Mus.Doc.
Relayed from Daventry.

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Speaker: Sir H. Walford Davies

: The Station Trio

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Musicians: The Station Trio

: Tea-Time Music.

From the Carlton Restaurant.

: The Eccentric Lord Camelford

Mr. F.J. Harries

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Speaker: F.J. Harries

: Tea-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.

: For Young Adventurers: The Glory of Rome: Timgad

by Prof. Gilbert Norwood.

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Speaker: Professor Gilbert Norwood

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Sea Serpents

A Naughty Nautical Night
[Starring] The Valve Set Concert Party
A kind-of-a-sort-of-a Revue in Two Wriggles.

First Wriggle
Concocted by Sidney Evans.
The Skipper and his crew come aboard, hoist their slacks, sails, etc., sing a chanty or two and sail away. The crew break forth into song, then into mutiny, and hoist the Jolly Roger. The first wriggle concludes with a slight bit of bother in which they capture a ship.

Second Wriggle: Great Snakes
Book by Herbert C. Sargent.
Montague Miff fears nothing on earth save one thing only - snakes!
He has come to sea to dodge his pet aversion, but by ill-luck captures a Concert Party containing a Snake Charmer, together with her lover, the Tenor, and a chest containing a bundle of serpents. Driven overboard by the reptiles, Miff is allowed to return provided he turns over a new leaf. He agrees to reform provided that the pets are locked up. Finally the Snake Charmer weds the Tenor and Miff decides to buy a farm and live a quiet life ashore.

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Writer (First Wriggle): Sidney Evans
Writer (Great Snakes): Herbert C. Sargent
Music (Great Snakes): Meek
Performers: The Valve Set Concert Party

: Weather Forecast and News

Music and the Ordinary Listener
Sir H. Walford Davies, Mus.Doc.
S.B. from London.

Local News

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Speaker (Music and the Ordinary Listener): Sir H. Walford Davies

: La Boheme: Acts III and IV

from Covent Garden.
S.B. from London.

: Dance Music

London Radio Dance Band
S.B. from London.

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Musicians: London Radio Dance Band








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