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: Weather Forecast

(Daventry only)

: Handicrafts at Home: I: Mrs. J. Webb: How to Make Cushions

This is the first of a series of talks, to be given once a month, in which listeners will be told of some handicrafts that can be carried on, without needing any very elaborate equipment or technical skill, at home. This morning Mrs. Webb will describe how to make cushions - a hobby that many women will find amusing, and that may well be made quite profitable.

: LIGHT MUSIC

MAX JAFFA and the PICCADILLY HOTEL
ORCHESTRA
From the Piccadilly Hotel

: The Race for the Schneider Trophy

A Running Commentary relayed from the roof of the Pier Pavilion, Ryde
Commentators
Squadron-Leader W. HELMORE and Flight.-Lieut.
R. L. RAGG
The Pier Pavilion is on the starting and finishing line, and the commentators will be in close touch with the official judge, Colonel LINDSAY LLOYD. The official timings, results, and summaries will be given cut at intervals.
A plan of the course and further details will be found on the opposite page.

: The Children's Hour

Selections by The National Children's Home Boy's Brass Band
The Story of 'Patch, a Husky' (George Surrey)
'The Steadfast Tin Soldier' ('The Yellow Fairy Book')

: 'The First News'

; WEATHER FORECAST,
FIRST GENERAL NEWS BULLETIN; Announcements and Sports Bulletin

: THE FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC MOZART QUARTETS

Played by THE INTERNATIONAL STRING QUARTET
ANDRE MANGEOT
.ALBERT VOORSANGER.
E. BRAY
J. SHINEBOURNE
Quartet in B flat: Last two movements

: Mr. J. BERNARD: Autumn Salmon Fishing'

THE salmon fishing season is drawing to a close, and keen anglers have already gathered a new season's stock of memories of long days by Scottish and Irish rivers, of thrilling captures and even more thrilling escapes. Mr. Bernard is one of London's acknowledged experts on all that pertains to the art.

: Students' Songs

STUART ROBERTSON (Bass)
THE WIRELESS MALE VOICE CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
(All from The British Students' Song Book)

: Promenade Concert

Relayed from the Queen's Hall
(Sole Lessees—Messrs. Chappell and Co., Ltd.)
35th Season
MAY HUXLEY (Soprano) BERNARD Ross (Baritone) JAMES CHING (Pianoforte)
SIR HENRY WOOD and his
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
(Leader, CHARLES WOODHOUSE)
(For further notes on this conceit see page 414.)

: ' The Second News '

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN ; Local Announcements; (Daventry only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices

: Mr. GERALD BARRY: ' The Week in London '

TO-NIGHT Mr. Gerald Barry , who is just back from his holiday, resumes his weekly talks on the events of the moment at home-a well-informed and piquant resume that forms an appropriate supplement to Mr. Vernon Bartlett 's weekly commentary on foreign affairs.

: Vaudeville

A Relay from
THE LONDON PALLADIUM and JACK PADBURY’S CoSMO CLUB Six

: DANCE MUSIC

AMBROSE'S BAND from the MAY FAIR HOTEL








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