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: The Wireless Trio

Reginald S. Mouat (Violin), Thomas E. Illingworth ('Cello), Arthur Marston (Piano).

Contributors

Violin: Thomas E. Illingworth
Cello: Arthur Marston

: Talk

London Papers read by Anne Farnell-Watson . Alex. Wainwright's Royal Bath Hotel
Dance Band. relayed from King's Hall Rooms. Ronald Gourley (Entertainer). Jay Kaye (Entertainer).

Contributors

Read By: Anne Farnell-Watson
Unknown: Ronald Gourley
Unknown: Jay Kaye

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Songs and Stories.

: Market Prices for Farmers.

S.B. from lo don. '.
Ministry of Agriculture Bulletin.
S.B. from lo don.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Talk by the Station Director.

: THE HALLE ORCHESTRA.

S.B. from Manchester.

: THE STATION PLAYERS

in "THE BISHOPS CANDLE-
STICKS."
By Norman McKinnel.
Presented by GEORGE STONE. (Founded on an incident in Victor Hugo 's novel " Les Miserables ")
Period: The beginning of the last century.
Place : France-about thirty miles from Paris.
Scene: The kitchen of the Bishop's cottage.
Pictures and Humour.
BRET HAYDEN (Entertainer).
JEAN PAULE and LEONIE
LASCELLES (Entertainers). THE STATION PLAYERS.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman McKinnel.
Presented By: George Stone.
Unknown: Victor Hugo
Unknown: Bret Hayden
Unknown: Jean Paule
Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

: JEAN PAULE and LEONIE LASCELLES

Introduce a Piano.
Will Say Things.
THE ORCHESTRA.
THE STATION PLAYERS in "ILDA'S HONOURABLE,"
By Gertrude Robins.
Presented by GEORGE STONE.
Scene : The Smith's sitting-room. Time: The Present.
JEAN PAULE and LEONIE
LASCELLES.
Again Introduce a Piano.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

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

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.








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