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: THE DONNINGTON WOOD AND DISTRICT MALE VOICE SOCIETY

Conductor, Walter Hobspn
This choir, which is broadcasting for the first time this evening, has a membership of about fifty and was established in 1922. It draws its singers chiefly from miners, iron-workers, and farmers in the district of Shropshire near Oaken Gates. Thirty first prizes have been won in seventeen years, including the trophy for the outstanding performance at the Leicester Festival.
Walter Hobson has been the conductor for the past five years.

Contributors

Conductor: Walter Hobspn
Unknown: Walter Hobson

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: EDWARD ELGAR

(Born June 2, 1857)
A programme broadcast from his birthplace at Broadheath, near
Worcester
Those taking part will be
Mrs. Carice Elgar Blake (daughter of the composer)
Sir Ivor Atkins
The BBC Midland Singers
Conducted by Edgar Morgan
The programme will include these
Part Songs by Elgar
Feasting, I watch
After many a dusty mile Weary Wind of the West Serenade
My love dwelt in a Northern land As torrents in summer 0 happy eyes Love
Go, song of mine

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs. Carice Elgar Blake
Unknown: Sir Ivor Atkins
Conducted By: Edgar Morgan

: VARIETY

from
THE NEW HIPPODROME,
COVENTRY
Listeners will hear
Tommy Trinder and Ronald Chesney

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Trinder
Unknown: Ronald Chesney

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT








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