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Directed by HENRY HALL
This programme may be broken into for running commentaries by Colonel R. H. Brand and Captain H. B. T. Wakelam , on the All-England Lawn Tennis Cliampionship
Meeting, Wimbledon I
(Copyright. See notice below, column 2)


Directed By: Henry Hall
Unknown: Colonel R. H. Brand
Unknown: Captain H. B. T. Wakelam

: ' The First News '

News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers

: Sports Talk

Mr. H. E. FERN : ' Swimming, our International Position'
(Davenlry National Programme)


Unknown: Mr. H. E. Fern

: A Recital of New Songs

by ALICE MOXON (Soprano)
Alice Moxon , a native of musical Bradford —as are also John Coates and Frederick Dolius-qualified as a school teacher, but the call of music was too strong. She graduated in the Bradford Amateur Operatic Society, and did such outstanding work there that she was quickly called to the professional ranks. Her first successes were with Sir Barrv Jackson 's Birmingham
Repertory Company, in the Bantock and Kennedy-Fraser opera, The Seal Woman, and in Sheridan's The Duenna. She first broadcast in 1925, and is now, equally with her husband Stuart Robertson , very well known to listeners.


Soprano: Alice Moxon
Unknown: Alice Moxon
Unknown: John Coates
Unknown: Frederick Dolius-Qualified
Unknown: Sir Barrv Jackson
Unknown: Stuart Robertson

: Violoncello Recital

'By Gershom Parkington
(Daventry National Programme)


Unknown: Gershom Parkington

: ' Our Hour'

By Mr. Flotsam and Mr. Jetsam
(Daventry National Programme)

: 'The Second News'


: Topical Talk

(Daventry National Programme)

: 'The Naughty Nineties'

(Daventry National Programme)

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