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: SYDNEY GUSTARD

At The Organ of The Gaumont Palace Cinema,
Chester

: THE COMMODORE GRAND ORCHESTRA

Directed by Joseph Muscant
From The Commodore Theatre, Hammersmith

Contributors

Directed By: Joseph Muscant

: DEBROY SOMERS AND HIS BAND

From THE PLAZA THEATRE, LONDON

: CHARLES SHADWELL and his ORCHESTRA

From The Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry

: Mandoline Recital

by MARIO DE PIETRO

Contributors

Unknown: Mario de Pietro

: HAROLD RAMSAY

At The Organ of The Granada, Tooting

: The Children's Hour

Songs by DEREK McCuLLOCH , set to music by MAYNARD GROVER , and sung by STUART RoBEETSON , with the COMPOSER at the piano
' The Strange Adventure of Mr. Popple ' (Carey
Grey)

Contributors

Songs By: Derek McCulloch
Music By: Maynard Grover
Sung By: Stuart Robeetson

: ' The First News '

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NBW3
BuLi-ETiN, and Bulletin for Farmers

: WELSH INTERLUDE

Dr. I. LLOYD WILLIAMS : 'A Century of Conflict between two Musical Movements'

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. I. Lloyd Williams

: ' Science in Industry'

Mr. T. HALCROW , M.Inst.C.E.: 'Water
Power'

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. T. Halcrow

: A RECITAL OF GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

By CHRISTOPHER STONE

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Stone

: ' ONLY A MILL GIRL'

or ' The Doings Up at the Hall'

: ' The Second News'

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL
NEWS BULLETIN

: 'SHOULD THEY BE SCRAPPED?’—II

' Should Blood Sports be Abolished ? ' a Discussion between the Countess of Oxford AND ASQUITH and Air Vice-Commodore
L. E. O. CHARLTON
Talks arranged for 9.20 on Saturdays have a big reputation to live up to. The Saturday series are always chosen for their ' popular' quality, since Saturday's broadcasting attracts perhaps the largest audience of the week. Series to date have included ' Hazard,' ‘Escape,’ ‘ Consider your Verdict,' and a number of talks by the late Edgar Wallace. The title ' Should they be Scrapped ? ' will cover a series of frank and hard-hitting debates on questions of the day. Following tonight's discussion on Blood Sports, there will be discussions on Advertising, Betting, Death Duties, Night Clubs, and Scientific Research.

Contributors

Talks: L. E. O. Charlton
Unknown: Edgar Wallace.

: An Orchestral Concert

Instrumental Solos
JACK MACKINTOSH (Cornet)
EDWARD WALKER (Flute)
ERNEST HINCHLIFF (Bassoon)
ROLAND FRANKLIN (Xylophone)
THE B.B.C. ORCHESTRA
(Section E)
(Led by Marie Wilson )
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS

Contributors

Unknown: Jack MacKintosh
Flute: Edward Walker
Bassoon: Ernest Hinchliff
Bassoon: Roland Franklin
Unknown: Marie Wilson
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: DANCE MUSIC

AMBROSE and his Orchestra, from THE MAY FAIR
HOTEL

: 'HELLO, FLEET STREET'

This programme will originate in one of the New York studios of the Columbia Broadcasting System, who are presenting it as a final summing up in a series of round table discussions which they have recently broadcast under the title of 'America's Grub Street Speaks'. The participants in tonight's discussion will include Mr. RICHARD Roy SMITH , a New York publisher of note on the subject of English and American Publishing: Mr. GEORGE JEAN NATHAN , editor, author and critic, on International Relationships among Authors; Mr. ERNEST BoYD , the author, on International Criticism, and Mr. THEODORE DREISER on World Affairs and Literature.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Richard Roy Smith
Unknown: Mr. George Jean Nathan
Unknown: Mr. Ernest Boyd
Unknown: Mr. Theodore Dreiser








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