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: The Radio Quartet and

APRIL PENDARVIS (Contralto); -FRANCIS R. MITCHELL (Tenor); BETTY GOODDEN (Piano).

Contributors

Tenor: Francis R. Mitchell
Tenor: Betty Goodden

: Programmes

S.B. from
London.

: Programmes

S.B. from
London.

: Dance Music.

ALEX FRYER'S ORCHESTRA.

: Talk

by the Radio Society of Great Britain.

: HAYDN

interpreted by GORDON BRYAN.

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Bryan.

: Sir GEORGE BRIGHT

" Bribery and Corruption.

: Poetry Reading-

" The Lake
Poets." Miss DOROTHY PANTLING and Mr. L. DE GIBERNE SIEVEKING.

Contributors

Unknown: Miss Dorothy Pantling
Unknown: Mr. L. de Giberne Sieveking.

: SYMPHONY CONCERT

Conducted by EUGENE GOOSSENS.

Contributors

Conducted By: Eugene Goossens.

: Fiction Series

Mr. Martin Armstrong.

: MYSTERY SERIAL. III.

(Final Episode.)
LIGHT ORCHESTRAL PROGRAMME, with Song Cycle, " Song of the Wrens," and SPENCER THOMAS (Tenor).

: DANCE MUSIC.

The NEW PRINCE'S TORON
TO ORCHESTRA, ALFREDO and his Band, DE PIETRO and his ITALIAN ORCHESTRA, with JOAN REVEL , from the New Prince's Restaurant.

Contributors

Unknown: De Pietro
Unknown: Joan Revel








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