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: The Wireless Trio

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

Contributors

Violin: Reginald S. Mouat
Cello: Thomas E. Illingworth
Piano: Arthur Marston

: Talk

London Papers read by Anne Farnell-Watson . Alex. Wainwright's Royal Bath Hotel
Dance Band, relayed from King's Hall Rooms. Herbert Smith (Baritone) (of Winchester Cathedral).

Contributors

Read By: Anne Farnell-Watson
Baritone: Herbert Smith

: CHILDREN'S CORNER

Songs and Stories.

: Farmers' Talk

" The Value of Early Hatching," by Mr. J. P. Harding.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. J. P. Harding.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

Talk by the Station Director.

: Musical Interlude: Popular and Varied

WILLIE ROUSE ("Wireless Willie").
SCOVELL and WHELDON (Entertainers).
RONALD GOURLEY (Entertainer).
CLARICE SINGLETON (Soprano).
CLIFFORD SINGLETON (Tenor).
KATHLEEN WELLS (Elocutionist).
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA: Conducted by Capt. W. A. FEATHERSTONE.

Contributors

Unknown: Willie Rouse
Soprano: Clarice Singleton
Tenor: Clifford Singleton
Unknown: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

: RONALD GOURLEY.

Music and Humour at the Piano.

: KATHLEEN WELLS.

In Selections from her Repertoire.

: WILLIE ROUSE.

Alleged Humour at the Piano.

: RONALD GOURLEY.

Music and Humour at the Piano.

: KATHLEEN WELLS.

Selections from her Repertoire

: WILLIE ROUSE.

A Repetition of the Previous
Offence.

: Programme

S.B. from
London.








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