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: Armistice Commemoration

Broadcast locally from each Station.
10.45. Tuning Note.
10.50. Preliminary Time Signal.
10.57. Last Post.
11.0. Time Signal.
11.2. Réveillé.
Hymn-"O God Our Help in Ages Past" (A. & M. 165).

: The Novelty Trio. Dorothy Clark (Contralto). Allan Franklin (Sole Pianoforte). lalk to Women

"London
Papers," bv Anne Farnell-Watson .

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Farnell-Watson

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Edwin Noble ,
F.Z.S., on " Colour and Form in Animals."

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Noble

: Farmers' Corner

Mr. A. D. Allen ,
O.B.E., Organizer, National Milk Publicity Council, on " Milk and its Uses."

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. A. D. Allen

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
JOHN STRACHEY. S.B. from London. Local News.
Armistice Night-
(All Artists broadcasting on this night have seen Active Service.)

Contributors

Unknown: John Strachey.

: THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE
(Royal Irish Rifles).
" Reminiscences of England " arr. Fred Godfrey

Contributors

Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Featherstone
Unknown: Fred Godfrey

: Lieut. HERBERT SMITH

M.C. (Late attd. 2nd Batt. A.P.W.O. Yorkshire Regt, The Green Howards) (Baritone).
" Land of Hope and Glory Elgar (1) The Veteran's Song."

: NORA DELMARR (Soprano).

"Three Songs of the Sea" ...... Quilter

: No. 835 Pte. JOHN COLLINSON

25th
Batt. Australian Imperial Forces (Tenor).
"Let Me Like a Soldier Fall." " Tom Bowling."
" Then You'll Remember Me."

: Sgt. REGINALD S. MOUAT

M.M.
(Hampshire Regt.) (Solo Violin).

: DIANA WEBSTER (Contralto).

Reveille; Camp Fire; On the March.

: BEATRICE EVELINE.

(Solo Violoncello).

: Capt. J. P. K. GROVES (Reserve of

Officers-The Cameronians).
Readings from the Poems of Rupert Brooke.

Contributors

Unknown: Rupert Brooke.

: Lieut. R. G. SOMERS

D.C.M. (2nd
Batt. Royal Irish Rifles) (Solo Oboe).

: John Collinson.

"Good-bye. Sweetheart." "The Minstrel Boy."

: Orchestra.

Regimental Marches.

: THE ROYAL BATH HOTEL DANCE ORCHESTRA.

Relayed from King's Hall Pooms.
Musical Director, DAVID S. LIFF.

Contributors

Unknown: Hall Pooms.
Director: David S. Liff.

: Close down.

Announcer : John H. Raymond.

Contributors

Announcer: John H. Raymond.








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