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: Other People's Lives IV

Mrs Morse-Boycott: A Clergyman's Wife

: Experimental Television Transmission

by the Baird Process
(356.3 m Vision : 261.3 m Sound)

: A Ballad Concert

Dorothy Kitchen (Soprano)
William Evans (Baritone)

: Edward O'Henry

at the organ of Tussaud's Cinema

: Light Music

Leonardo Kemp and his Piccadilly Hotel Orchestra
From the Piccadilly Hotel

Contributors

Musicians: Leonardo Kemp and his Piccadilly Hotel Orchestra

: For the Schools

Sir Walford Davies: Music
(a) A Beginner's Lesson (b) A Miniature Concert (c) An Advanced Lesson
15.30 Interlude
15.35 Monsieur E.M. Stephan: Elementary French
16.00 Interlude

: SPECIAL TALK FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

The Rt. Hon. Sir HERBERT SAMUEL , G.C.B., G.B.E., M.P.: ' How the Country is Governed-VIII, The Government of the Country and our
Daily Livo3 '

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Herbert Samuel

: The Brixton Astoria Orchestra

Directed by Fred Kitchen
With
Pattman at the organ
Relayed from the Brixton Astoria

Contributors

Director: Fred Kitchen

: The Children's Hour

Finding the Fairies
A Midsummer Day Play, by Arthur Davenport
With incidental music played by the Gershom Parkington Quintet

Contributors

Playwright: Arthur Davenport

: Dauber

By John Masefield
A Series of Readings, by Mr Peter Creswell

Contributors

Written by: John Masefield
Read by: Peter Creswell

: The First News


Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin

: The Foundations of Music

Modern British Pianoforte Music
Played by Vivian Langrish

Contributors

Played By: Vivian Langrish

: Hints on Sport III

Mr P.J. Noel Baker, M.P.: Athletics
(Until 19.20)

Contributors

Speaker: P.J. Noel Baker

: The Making of a Personality IX

Professor F.A.E. Crew: The Choice of One's Parents
(From Glasgow)

Contributors

Speaker: Professor F.A.E. Crew

: The Wireless Military Band

Contributors

Conducted by: B. Walton O'Donnell

: The Second News

Weather Forecast, Second General News Bulletin; London and New York Stock Exchange Reports; (1,551.4 m only) Shipping Forecast and Fat Stock Prices

: The Progress of Music

by Dr George Dyson
Schumann, 'Carnaval' (Op. 9)

: Dance Music

Jack Padbury's Cosmo Club Six

: The Splendide Dance Band

from the Hotel Splendide

: Silver Wings

Excerpts from the Musical Comedy
(Now being played at the Dominion Theatre, London)
Given by Désirée Ellinger, Harry Welchman, Lupino Lane, and Donald Mather

Contributors

[Actress]: Désirée Ellinger
[Actor]: Harry Welchman
[Actor]: Lupino Lane
[Actor]: Donald Mather

: Experimental Television Transmission


by the Baird Process (356.3 m Vision : 261.3 m Sound)
(Until 0.30)








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