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: THE RADIO QUARTET and RUBY LONGHURST

(Contralto), ALEXANDER McCREDIE
(Tenor), LILIAS MAcKINNON (Pianist).

Contributors

Contralto: Alexander McCredie
Tenor: Lilias MacKinnon

: Programmes

S.B. from London.

: Programmes

S.B. from London.

: MENDELSSOHN interpreted

by MAURICE COLE.

Contributors

Unknown: Maurice Cole.

: Programme S. B. from

Leeds-Bradford.
THE HUDDERSFIELD
THESPIANS
Present
"St. Simeon StyHtes. "
Written by F. Sladen-Smith .
Produced by HAROLD HALLAS.
Cast :
(The Huddersfield Thespians are shortly going to America to compete with this play in the David Belasco Cup Match.)
Mind Picture : The Scene is the top of a column near Antioch in the Early Fifth Century, to which Simeon had " retired from the world." The time is a late afternoon and evening when he is visited by a pi Igrim, a king and his jester, a lady and her maid, and the devil and his friend. (In other words, he is tempted to leave the column by tho world, the flesh and the devil).

Contributors

Unknown: Simeon Styhtes.
Written By: F. Sladen-Smith
Produced By: Harold Hallas.

: The "Two Jacks"

in a Humorous Interlude by Jack Sayes.
Music by Jack Woods-Smith.

"Bonita"
A Southern Romance by JOHN SAYES.
Composed by CECIL MOON .
Characters:
THE HARROGATE ROYAL BATHS QUARTET.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Sayes.
Unknown: Jack Woods-Smith
Unknown: John Sayes.
Composed By: Cecil Moon

: CONCERT.

Relayed from
Hilversum, Holland.
CHRIS DE VOS (Tenor)
(of the Amsterdam Opera). LOUIS SCHMIDT (Organ).
THE HAGUE STRING
QUARTET:
SAM SWAAP (1st Violin) ;
ADOLF POTH (2nd Violin);
JEAN DEVERT (Viola);
CHARLES VAN ISTERDAEL
(Violoncello).
(All Soioists of The Hague Residentie Symphonic Orchestra).
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by FRANCOIS LUPGENS.

Contributors

Conducted By: Francois Lupgens.

: .-WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

(Time Signal will be Superimposed at 10.0.)

: Talk

Fiction Series.

: Song Cycle

" A POET'S
LOVE."

: DANCE MUSIC.

JAY WHIDDEN 'S MIDNIGHT
FOLLIES ORCHESTRA, from the Hotel Metropole.

Contributors

Unknown: Jay Whidden








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