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: Max Erard and his Band

Relayed from the Western Mail Health and Hygiene Exhibition at the Drill Hall.

Contributors

Musicians: Max Erard and his Band

: The Rugby International Championship

Captain A. S. Burge

Contributors

Speaker: Captain A.S. Burge

: Writers of Musical Comedy - II: The Music of Lionel Monckton

The Station Orchestra
Selection from "The Cingalee"
Lulu Turner (Soprano)
The Pipes of Pan ("The Arcadians")
Tony from America ("The Quaker Girl")
Orchestra
Waltz, "Airs and Graces"
March, "Soldiers in the Park" ("A Runaway Girl")
John Rorke (Baritone)
Glad to see you're back ("Bric-a-Brac")
All down Piccadilly ("The Arcadians")
Orchestra
Waltz, "The Dancing Mistress"
One-step, "Moonstruck" ("Our Miss Gibbs")
Lulu Turner and John Rorke
Our Farm ("Our Miss Gibbs")
Take a Step ("The Quaker Girl")
Orchestra
One-step, "The Porcupine Patrol"
Lulu Turner
Chalk Farm to Camberwell Green ("Bric-a-Brac")
Orchestra
Selection from "A Country Girl"

Contributors

Musicians: The Station Orchestra
Soprano: Lulu Turner
Baritone: John Rorke

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements; Sports Bulletin)
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