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Arthur S. Tetlow, L.R.A.M. (Solo Piano), Jessy Hall (Soprano).


Pianist: Arthur S. Tetlow
Soprano: Jessy Hall

: Kiddies' Hour

Stories and Songs by Uncles Jack, Jumbo and Rob.

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Wireless

L.O. Sparks


Speaker: L.O. Sparks

: Dance Night

Four Styles of Dance Music demonstrated by the Bournemouth Wireless Orchestra (Conductor, Captain W. A. Featherstone)
1, Jazz. 2, Scotch Pipes. 3, Ragtime Piano. 4, The Orchestra.

One-step, "I Ain't Nobody's Darling"; Fox-trot, "Oh Joy"; Waltz, "Whispering"; Scotch Reel, "The De'il Amang the Tailors"; Fox-trot, "Wana"; Piano Solo, "Kitten on the Kevs"; Fox-trot, "Chansonette"; Strathspey, "Marquis of Huntley"; Piano Solo, "Slumbling".


Musicians: The Bournemouth Wireless Orchestra
Conductor: Captain W. A. Featherstone

: Fox-trot

The Sheik"; Fox-trot, "Humming"; One-step, "Daisy Jazz Toes"; Fox-trot, "Oogie, Oogie, Wa Wa"; Fox-trot, "Twilight"; Strathspey, "Miss Drummond of Perth".

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Continuation of Dance Programme

Blues, "Blue Danube Blues"; Fox-trot, "Annabelle"; Fox-trot, "Wana"; Waltz, "Wonderful One"; Fox-trot, "Limehouse Blues"; One-step, "I'm Getting Better"; Fox-trot, "The Sheik"; Reel, "The Devil in the Kitchen".

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Announcer: W. R. Keene

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