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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

by Arnold Richardson from the Civic Hall, Wolverhampton

Contributors

Unknown: Arnold Richardson

: ' FLOWERS'

A Recital by Eveline Stevenson (soprano)
Leila Brittain (at the pianoforte)

Contributors

Soprano: Eveline Stevenson
Soprano: Leila Brittain

: ' NON-STOP BY NIGHT'

An account of the cycle ride from
Llanddeusant to Tamworth
Katherine Thomas
Katherine Thomas , who has been teacher of art and physical training at Tamworth Senior School since 1933, spends her week-ends and vacations walking or cycling. Last winter she worked in Germany at a Women's Labour Camp and took a course at Marburg University, and this vacation she has toured in North Wales. In 1936 she did a non-stop ride from Skegness to Carmarthen in thirty-six hours.

Contributors

Unknown: Katherine Thomas
Unknown: Katherine Thomas

: KETTERING

receives its Charter of Incorporation as a Municipal Borough
An eye-witness account of the day's proceedings by Denis Morris
Earlier in the day the Marquess of Exeter as Custos Rotulorum of Northamptonshire will have handed the charter of Kettering's incorporation as a borough to J. A. Gotch , the charter mayor, who was for several years chairman of the Kettering Urban District Council.
Kettering's population at the 1931 census was 31,220. It is a very old market town, but its chief industry is now the manufacture of boots and shoes.

Contributors

Unknown: Denis Morris
Unknown: Custos Rotulorum
Unknown: J. A. Gotch

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' SAFETY IN INDUSTRY'

A foreword to the Regional Safety
Conference in Birmingham W. M. W. Thomas

Contributors

Unknown: W. M. W. Thomas

: MUSIC FROM THE GILBERT AND SULLIVAN OPERAS

The BBC Midland Orchestra
Led by Ernest Element
Conducted by Reginald Burston

Contributors

Conducted By: Reginald Burston

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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