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: Special Organ Recital by Arthur Marston

relayed from the Royal Arcade, Boscombe.

: Gardening Talk by George Dance

F.H.H.S. Herbert Smith ,
(Baritone). Edythe Kinch (Soprano). The Wireless Orchestra : Conducted by Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

Contributors

Baritone: F.H.H.S. Herbert Smith
Baritone: Edythe Kinch
Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Songs and Stories.

: Scholars' Half-Hour

" Is
Nature Cruel?" by Hubert Hill.

Contributors

Unknown: Hubert Hill.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Dr. ADAMI. S.B. from Liverpool.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from
London.

: Lieut.-Colonel Gordon Casserly - S.B. from London

Second Anniversary Night.
A Resume of the Past Year's Programmes.
Foreword. - The Programme consists of excerpts taken from the leading "Feature Nights" of the past year. In most cases the Original Artists have been chosen.

Contributors

Speaker: Lieut. Colonel Gordon Casserly

: Spain and Portugal.

THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA :
.. Conducted by

: Cheery Interludes

by ROBERT STURTIVANT and GLADYS SEYMOUR.

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Sturtivant
Unknown: Gladys Seymour.

: Night of Memories.

AMY COCKBURN
(Mezzo-Soprano).
" In the Gloaming."
ERNEST EADY (Baritone).

Contributors

Mezzo-Soprano: Amy Cockburn

: Humour.

WILLIE ROUSE will Humorize.

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Rouse

: Sullivan and Coferidge-Taylor.

DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano).

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett

: Old London.

WINIFRED ASCOTT (Soprano).
THE " 6BM CHORUS.

: Musical Comedy.

FAVOURITES-OLD and NEW.
HAROLD STROUD (Tenor).

Contributors

Tenor: Harold Stroud

: Mendelssohn Night.

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

Contributors

Cello: Thomas E. Illingworth
Cello: Arthur Marston

: Seventeenth Symphony Programme.

ROY HENDERSON (Baritone), and Orchestra.

Contributors

Baritone: Roy Henderson

: Fun and Favourites.

JOHN HENRY ;
MARCIA BOURN and LENA COPPING.

Contributors

Unknown: John Henry

: A Visit to Canton.

Major COOPER-HUNT.

: Plantation Night.

ROY HENDERSON and THE 6BM " CHORUS.

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Henderson

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
Sports Talk. S.B. from London. Local News.

: Comic Opera.

MARY LOHDEN and THE " 6BM " CHORUS.

Contributors

Unknown: Mary Lohden

: Entertainers.

JOAN HASTINGS
(Songs at the Piano).

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Hastings

: Humour and Music.

GEORGE STONE, assisted by K. M. CORNERE.

Contributors

Assisted By: K. M. Cornere.

: Mr. BERTRAM FRYER

Station Director: A Special Birthday Greeting.

: Song Cycles.

WINIFRED ASCOTT (Soprano);
HAROLD STROUD (Tenor); GLADYS JAMES (Contralto);
ERNEST EADY (Baritone).

Contributors

Tenor: Harold Stroud

: Cross Word Puzzle.

DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano), and Orchestra.

Contributors

Soprano: Dorothy Bennett

: Folk Songs. EUGENIE RAMSDEN

(Mezzo-Soprano) ;
WINIFRED COLE (Contralto); A. J. MARKWELL (Baritone); ARTHUR J. ENGLAND (Bass).
DOROTHY FORREST
(At the Piano).

Contributors

Contralto: Winifred Cole

: "The Rose of Araby."

(Excerpts. )
(Harold Simpson and Henry Thorpe. )
GERTRUDE NEWSON
(Soprano);
H. M. CORNERE (Tenor);
MARJORIE STONE (Contralto);
GEORGE STONE.
THE " 6BM " CHORUS.

Contributors

Unknown: Harold Simpson
Unknown: Henry Thorpe.
Soprano: Gertrude Newson
Tenor: H. M. Cornere
Contralto: George Stone.

: "A Year Ago To-Night."

BERTRAM FRYER et OMNES.
" The Tin Gee-Gee." Auld Lang Syne."
GOD SAVE THE KING.

Contributors

Unknown: Bertram Fryer








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