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: The Children's Hour

THE D'ALTON INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET with CHARLES D'ALTON (baritone)

: ' From a European Capital'

No. 3-Vienna by Fraulein ELISABETH FITZGA
Gramophone Records of Viennese Music, and Austrian Peasant Dances played by Elizabeth Fairholme on a Zie-Harmonica
(From Regional)

Contributors

Played By: Elizabeth Fairholme

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements and Midland Bulletin tor Farmers

: Parody

A programme in song and verse with John Morley (reader) and The Midland Wireless Singers
Conducted by Edgar Morgan
Devised and presented by John Morley
John Morley was joint author of "The Princess of Paraphernalia" with Gordon Crier. He was a member of the Birmingham Alexandra Theatre Repertory Company, and among leading parts he has played on tour was that of Inigo Jollifant in "The Good Companions". Several original parodies on modern poets and song writers will be included in the programme.

Contributors

Reader: John Morley
Singers: The Midland Wireless Singers
Conducted By: Edgar Morgan
Devised and presented By: John Morley

: THE CRESWELL COLLIERY BAND

Conducted by JOSEPH FARRINGTON
PERCY UNDERWOOD (baritone)

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Farrington
Baritone: Percy Underwood

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 38)








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