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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping


At The Organ of The Gaumont Palace
Cinema, Chester

: The Children's Hour

(West Regional Programme)

: ' The First News'

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Regional Sports Bulletin

: Topical Talk

On the occasion of the Twentieth Anniversary of the Battle of the Falklands, by ESCADRILLE


Conducted by HAROLD KEMP
G. WHEATLEY DYSON (baritone)


Conducted By: Harold Kemp
Baritone: G. Wheatley Dyson

: 'The Fratchingtons of Fratchingthorpe'

The Third of a course of connubial crosses or ' Fireside Fraps ', by BENJAMIN BRIERLEY

: A Programme of Music by Brahms

Conductors, HAROLD DAWBER and T. H. MORRISON ORCHESTRA Academic Overture Four Trios for Female Voices with accompaniment for two horns and harp, Op. 17
1. Whene'er the sounding harp is heard; 2. Come away, Death; 3. The Gardener; 4. The Death of Trenar ORCHESTRA Hungarian Dance, No. 2, in D


Leader: Alfred Barker
Conductors: Harold Dawber
Conductors: T. H. Morrison

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