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: THE BAND OF THE ROYAL ARTILLERY

(Portsmouth).
CYRUS GARSIDE (Baritone).
Relayed from the South Parade Pier, Southsea.

Contributors

Baritone: Cyrus Garside

: 5.0. LADIES' TRIO

HELEN BOYD (Violin). LOLA GARCIA (Cello).
LILIAN WHITTAKER (Piano).

Contributors

Piano: Lilian Whittaker

: Studio Service. THE STATION CHOIR.

Hymn, " Be Thou My Guardian and My Guide (A. and M., No. 282).
Bible Reading.
The Rev. H. T . MADDEFORD :
Religious Address.
Hvmn, " Fierce Rnged the Tempest " (A. and M., No. 285).
Collect. Vesper.

Contributors

Unknown: H. T Maddeford

: WEATHER FORECAST and

NEWS. S.B. from London.
Local News.
WINIFRED ASCOTT (Soprano).
GLADYS JAMES (Contralto).
LEE NICHOLS (Poetry Re ding). THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by Capt. W. A. FKATHERSTONE.

Contributors

Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Fkatherstone.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

" Herodiade " .......... Massenet

: Picture

" Anno Domini-The Flight Into
Egypt."
By Edwin Long , R.A.
This painting depicts the Holy Mother seated on a donkey with the Infant Jesus in her arms and Joseph walking by their side.
They are passing a great procession which is taking place in honour of the Egyptian Goddess Isis, and her son Horus, whose images arc being borne aloft through crowds of worshippers. In the foreground are the sellers of idols, charms, and necklets, the whole forming a strikingly dramatic contrast. We commence our " Picture " before the arrival of the Holy Family, and with the procession in the distance.
Dialogue written by GEORGE STONE.
Presented by GEORGE STONE and BERTRAM FRYER.

Contributors

Unknown: Edwin Long
Written By: George Stone.
Presented By: George Stone
Presented By: Bertram Fryer.

: THE ORCHESTRA.

Selection, " Aida ".. Verdi-Tavan.

: GLADYS JAMES.

Aria, "0 Rest in the Lord

: LEE NICHOLS.

" Daisy " or " The Poppy (from Francis Thompson's Poems on Children).








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