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"The Beginnings of English Literature, by Mr. Lee Nicholls , B.A. Light Music.


Unknown: Mr. Lee Nicholls

: Programme

S.B. from London.
Concert Party and Popular
Orchestral Music.
Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE.


Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.


S.B. from London.
"The Humour of the Great Books." S.B. from London.
Local News.

: Feature. " PUZZLE PROGRAMME. "

Listeners are invited to compete it) our Puzzle Programme. Words must be found from the items played by the Orchestra to fill in the Blanks, which should then make a complete short story.
Two prizes of £2 2s. Od. each will be awarded to the first two correct or nearest correct entries opened.
All Entries must be addressed and posted so as to reach me Station Director, British Broadcasting Company, 72, Holdenhurst Road, Bournemouth, on or before the first postal delivery on Thursday morning, November 26th.
No member of the British
Broadcasting Company or Artist taking part in this evening's programme will be permitted to enter for the Competition.
Conducted bv
Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE. Needless to say this is (1)--, and many of our Listeners are acquainted with (2)-, who has achieved some fame as (3) -. She has received many letters of congratulation on her engagement to (4)-. They went a very jolly (5)--last week-end, passing through some typical English (6) and coming to (7)-they decided to make a short stay, and seeing a crowd in a field, they followed and found themselves joining in (81-. After this they con- tinued their journey back to Town. as they had hooked seats for (9)--. and most probably they joined forces with their fellow artists and celebrated the close of their holiday with (10)--.


Unknown: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

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