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: Kiddies' Corner

S.B. from Birmingham.

: News

S.B. from London.

G. A. Atkinson
S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast
S.B. from Birmingham.

Contributors

Film critic: G. A. Atkinson

: Sheffield Local Concert: "Raffles" Male Concert Party

Opening Chorus .............. Barber and Gallatly (3)
Songs,
"Auto Suggestions" .. Mundin and Jackson (13)
"Song of the Clock" .......... Rex Burchell (1)
"Road Ships" ................ W. Helmore (7)
"Trio of Sports" ....... Barber and Gallatly (3)
"Hybrian the Cretan" .... J. W. Elliott
"Youth" .............. Francis Allitsen (1)
"When I Breathe" .............. R. P. Weston
"I Was Nibbling the Knob of My Cane" .............. Arpthorpe and Searson (13)

Monologues,
"The Pigtail of Li Fang Fu" S. Rohmer (13)
"The Game of Life" .............. Anon. (13)

Songs,
"Spring Punions" ........ Seylor and Gideon (7)
"Nirvana" ................ Stephen Adams (1)
"Sincerity" .......... E. Clark
"Water-Scenes" .......... E. Cart-Jones (13)
"Tuneful Tradesmen" .. Wood and Pearson (13)
"Honey" .............. Haven Gillespie (3)
Duet, "Watchman, What of the Night?" ... Sargent (1)

Songs,
"I Don't Want My Cigar to Go Out" F. Leo (7)
"Guy" .................. Weston and Lee (7)

Monologues,
"The Braggart" .............. Cuthbert Clark (3)
"The Hell Gates of Soissons" Herbert Kaufman (13)

Contributors

Performers: "Raffles" Male Concert Party

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast
S.B. from Birmingham.

: The Prime Minister

S.B. from Cardiff.

Contributors

Speaker: The Prime Minister [Ramsay MacDonald]

: Sheffield Local Concert: Concert Party

Songs,
"Most Unusual Weather" Barber and Gallatly (3)
"I Ain't so Soft as I Look" Mundin and Jackson (13)
"I'm Getting Better" Weigall and Lillie (7)
"I Dream That I Hear You Singing" Charles Marshall (1)
"I Hear You Calling Me" .. Charles Marshall (1)

Duets,
"The Rich Man and the Poor Man" Weston Lee (7)
"Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen"

Songs,
"Through All the Ages" .......... Eric Coates
"Invictus" .................... Bruno Huhn

Song and Patter,
"Quack, Quack" ........ J. Hylton

Songs,
"My Bath Night To-night" Weston and Lee (7)
"The Town Crier" ........ John E. Holliday (3)
"Because" ................ Guy d'Hardelot

Burlesque,
"Hunting" Hylton and West

Finale,
"Au Revoir" Barber and Gallatly (3)








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