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: Talk

Poetry Reading by Mr.
Laurence Binyon. Orchestra relayed from the Electric Theatre. Musical Director, D. C. Ronald.


Unknown: Laurence Binyon.
Director: D. C. Ronald.

: Farmers' Talk

"The Work of the Milk Publicity Council," by Mr. A. D. Allen , O.B.E.


Unknown: Mr. A. D. Allen


Lady ADAM SMITH . on " Toe
H." S.B. from Aberdeen.


Unknown: Lady Adam Smith

: Lt.-Col. J. ATKINSON

O.B.E., " Humour in the Great War."


S.B. from London.

: Third Cross Word Puzzle

Winifred Ascott (Soprano); Gladys James (Contralto); Ernest Eady (Baritone).
The Wireless Orchestra: Conducted by Capt. W. A. Featherstone.
The first correct solution opened wins the Prize.
Closing Date: Entries must reach the Bournemouth Station not later than tho first post Friday morning, January 29th.
The Announcer will read out the clues, which will be followed by a song or an instrumental piece, which will contain the Cross Puzzle Word. In the case of an instrumental piece, the Cross Word will be found in the Title. In the case of a song, the word will be slightly accentuated by the singer.
The Cross Word Competition will finish at 10.0. For those not interested in Cross Word Puzzles the songs and music will be rendered in quite the usual concert manner.
The Announcer will read the clues in the order considered to he the most helpful towards the solution.
No artists appearing on this night will be permitted to enter for the Competition: equally, no members of the Bournemouth Station Staff, not excluding Orchestra. All competitors will be allowed 30 seconds between each word to enable them to enter the words on the Diagram.


Conducted By: Capt. W. A. Featherstone.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

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