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: Band of 2nd Battalion The Hants. Regt.

Bandmaster, W. H. Orbinski
Relayed from South Parade Pier, Southsea.

Contributors

Musicians: Band of 2nd Battalion The Hampshire Regiment
Bandmaster: W. H. Orbinski
Vocalist: Alice Coombe

: Children's Corner

S.B. from Newcastle.
(to 17.30)

: Choir of Pokesdown Wesleyan Church

Hymn 924, "The Day is Dying in the West" (Wesleyan Methodist Hymnal).

Contributors

Singers: Choir of Pokesdown Wesleyan Church

: The Rev. R.J.H. Hill

of Pokesdown Wesleyan Church: Religious Address.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. R.J.H. Hill

: Choir

Hymn 633, "Suns of time are sinking" (Wesleyan Methodist Hymnal).

: Hymn of Praise

Symphonia Cantata by Mendelssohn.
Elsie Cochrane (Soprano), Gladys James (Contralto), William Heseltine (Tenor)
The 6BM Choir
The Wireless Orchestra
Conducted by Capt. W.A. Featherstone.

Sinfonia, "Maestoso con moto"; "Allegretto un poco Agitato"; "Adagio."
"All Men, all Things" (Chorus).
"Praise Thou the Lord."
"Sing Ye Praise."
"All Ye that Cried Unto the Lord."
"I Waited for the Lord."
"The Sorrows of Death."
"The Night is Departing."
"Let all Men Praise the Lord."
"My Song shall be alway of Thy Mercy."
"Ye Nations Offer to the Lord."

Contributors

Soprano: Elsie Cochrane
Contralto: Gladys James
Tenor: William Heseltine
Singers: The 6BM Choir
Musicians: The Wireless Orchestra
Conductor: Captain W.A. Featherstone

: Weather Forecast and News

S.B. from London.

Local News

: Orchestra

Major Stanley How: Readings from the Works of Oliver Goldsmith.

Contributors

Reader: Major Stanley How

: Close down

Contributors

Announcer: John H. Raymond








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