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: Lunch-Time Music

from the Carlton Restaurant.
(to 13.30)

: Broadcast to Schools: Engineering Feats in the West - Saltash and Menai Bridges

Prof. A. J. Sutton Pippard

Contributors

Speaker: Prof. A.J. Sutton Pippard

: Explorations in the Lordship of Gower - The Coastal Scenery

W. H. Jones

Contributors

Speaker: W.H. Jones

: The Children's Hour

"Turning the Tables," a Play by Mabel Bennett.

Contributors

Writer: Mabel Bennett

: Musical Comedy: Syncopated Songs

The Station Orchestra
conducted by Leonard Busfield

Florence Oldham and Cyril Lidington
Duet, 'How d'ya like to meet me in the moonlight?'
Song, 'Sonny Boy'
Song, 'Who?'
Song, 'I love you, ma cherie'
Duet, 'Side by side'

Florence Oldham and Cyril Lidington
Duet, 'Our Farm'
Song, 'Jeunesse'
Gramophone Record, 'Everything's Made for Love'
Song, 'Her Gown'
Short Recitation, 'The Spirit of Man'
French Song, 'Petronille'
Duet, 'In a little Spanish town'

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Orchestra conducted by: Leonard Busfield
Singer: Florence Oldham
Singer: Cyril Lidington

: S.B. from London

(9.15 Local Announcements)

: As You Like It

(See Special Programme in next column)








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