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: Dance Talk to Women

by Ronald Greene.
Orchestra, relayed from the Electric Theatre. Musical Director, D. C. Ronald.

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Greene.
Director: D. C. Ronald.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Songs and Stories by Uncle Rob, Aunties Marjorie and Ethel. " What John Saw in Rhyme-land," hy Mrs. E. L. Turnbull.

Contributors

Unknown: Aunties Marjorie
Unknown: John Saw
Unknown: Mrs. E. L. Turnbull.

: Farmers' Talk

" Farm Water Supplies," by Mr. T. W. Whitfield , F.S.I. F.G.S.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. T. W. Whitfield

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
JOHN STRACHEY. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: John Strachey.

: Music.

S.B. from London.

: Winter Gardens Night.

G. POWELL-EASTBURY and GEORGE HAY Present their new
Vaudeville Company.
THE MUSIC-MAKERS.
In a new style of Musical and Humorous Entertainment.
VIOLET NORMAN (Soprano).
PHYLLIS WRIGHT (Contralto). FREDERICK STEGER (Tenor).
WINTER COPPIN (Baritone).
CLAIRE GILHAM
(Soubrette and Classical Dancer).
FELICIA F1RMIN
(Comedienne-Entertainer).
MARJORIE BOWYA (Instrumentalist).
GEORGE HAY (at the Piano).
('. POWELL-EASTBURY (Comedian).
GEORGE LACY (Comedian).
HARRY TURNER (Comedian).
Relayed from the Winter Gardens.
The Introduction.
Vocal Quartet. ' Felicia Firmin, C. Powell-Eastbury and Harry Turner.
A Comedy Cameo.
Claire Gilham.
In Light Songs and Dances.
The Music-Makers in Burlesque.
Frederick Steger.Interval.
" THE PRISON SCENE "
(" Faust ") (Gounod) (15).Claire Gilham and George Lacy in a United Effort. C. Powell-Eastbury in a Humorous Diversion.
Masculine Melody. A Comedy Cameo.
Phyllis Wright and Winter Coppin.The Music-Makers in Burlesque. Finale.

Contributors

Unknown: G. Powell-Eastbury
Contralto: Phyllis Wright
Tenor: Frederick Steger
Baritone: Claire Gilham

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Mr.A. LLOYD JAMES. S.B. from
London. Local News.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr.A. Lloyd James.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Experimental Transmission for Amateurs.

THE "6BM " TRIO :
REGINALD S. MOUAT (Violin);
THOMAS E. ILLINGWORTH ('Cello);
ARTHUR MARSTON (Pianoforte).

Contributors

Cello: Thomas E. Illingworth








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