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: Educational Talk

Mr. C. WHITA-
KER WILSON , on " Famous Composers -Haydn."

Contributors

Unknown: Ker Wilson

: The "6BM" Trio. Joan Hastings

(Songs at the Piano). Talk to Women : " Photography," by Miss Penrice.

: Scholars' Half-Hour

Mr. W. Troath on " Charles Kingsley. "

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. W. Troath
Unknown: Charles Kingsley.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
PERCY SCHOLES. S.B. from London. Local News.
Mr. T. FOWLER WRIGHT.
MADGE WHITEMAN (Elocutionist).
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA.
Under the Direction of Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE.

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Scholes.
Unknown: Mr. T. Fowler Wright.
Unknown: Madge Whiteman
Unknown: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

: Mr. T. Fowler Wright

Short Foreword on the Programme.

Contributors

Unknown: Short Foreword

: Orchestra.

T. Fowler Wright and Madge Whiteman :
Excerpts from Byron's Dramatic Poem,
" MANFRED. '
Act I.-Scenes 1 and 2. Orchestra. T. Fowler , Wright and Madge Whiteman.
" Manfred " (Continued). Act II.-Scene 2.
" Act III-Scene 4.
Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: T. Fowler Wright
Unknown: Madge Whiteman
Unknown: T. Fowler
Unknown: Madge Whiteman.

: Madge Whiteman.

Excerpts from Moore's Oriental Romance,
"LALLAH ROOKH. "
Part 2-" Paradise and the Peri."
Orchestral Interlude. Madge Whiteman. " Paradise and the Peri "' (Continued).
Orchestra.

Contributors

Unknown: Lallah Rookh.
Unknown: Madge Whiteman.

: Speech by the MAYOR of SWANSEA on

the occasion of the Official Opening of the SWANSEA RELAY STATION. S.B. from Swansea.

: Orchestra.

Chamber Music.

: WEATHER FORECAST and. NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Foreign Affairs Talk. S.B. from London. Local News.

: Madge Whiteman and T. Fowler Wright.

Excerpts from Tennyson's Immortal Poem,
" IN MEMORIAM."
Orchestra.








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