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: THE RADIO QUARTET

and ELIZABETH MOONEY
(Soprano), HAROLD K1M-BERLEY (Baritone), FRANK HOWARD (Viola).

Contributors

Soprano: Elizabeth Mooney
Soprano: Harold K1m-Berley
Baritone: Frank Howard

: Programmes

S.B. from London.

: Programmes

S.B. from London.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE
BAND :
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman.

: Mr. HIRAM P. BALLEY

F.R.G.S .-"Shanghaied Out of 'Frisco in the "Nineties," by

: SYMPHONY CONCERT.

THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by 'DAN GODFREY.

Contributors

Conducted By: Dan Godfrey.

: Part of " The Messiah "

(Handel.) Sung by THE DODDINGTON CHORAL SOCIETY,
at St. MARY'S CHURCH,
DODDINGTON
(Cambs.).
Chorus; " All We Like Sheep."
Chorus: "Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates."
Chorus: "Hallelujah."

: A WELSH PROGRAMME

introduced by THE ARCHDRUID,
The Reverend H. ELVET LEWIS.
LAURA EVANS WILLIAMS
(Soprano).
THE LONDON WELSH MALE
CHOIR OCTET. ! and " THE POACHER,"
A Play by J. O. Francis.
The Characters in order of their speaking are :
MARGED SHON.
TWHAS SHON , her husband. MARY JANE.
DICKY BACH DWL , a half wit. DAFYDD HUGHES , a shop-keeper.
In the living room of a cottage on a Welsh countryside we see a round table set for supper. A fire is lit in the grate and a lighted lamp with a tray and basket of stockings and other articles, stand on a dresser. Brass candlesticks are on the mantelpiece and flowers on a small table before the window. Pictures and ornaments arc on the walls. Marged, a capable, simply-dressed energetic woman is moving about the room doing her work. Twhas, a big, strong man, is seated iti an armchair at the table finishing his supper.

Contributors

Unknown: Reverend H. Elvet Lewis.
Soprano: Laura Evans Williams
Play By: J. O. Francis.
Unknown: Marged Shon.
Unknown: Twhas Shon
Unknown: Mary Jane.
Unknown: Dicky Bach Dwl
Unknown: Dafydd Hughes

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Lieut.-Col. G. H. B. SPAIN,
C.M.G., F.S.A., "The Unknown Gods of tho Roman Wall."

: DANCE MUSIC.

BERT FIRMAN 'S
CAHLTON HOTEL
ORCHESTRA.
From the Carlton Hotsl.

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Firman








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