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: THE LINCOLN

A Running Commentary on the Lincolnshire Handicap by R. C. LYLE , at the Grand Stand,
R. C. LONG at the Paddock from the Carholme, Lincoln

Contributors

Unknown: R. C. Lyle
Unknown: R. C. Long

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' The Free Traders ' an adventure play by J. S. BARKER
An eye-witness account, by MONICA MARSDEN, of the Dog Show at Belle Vue

Contributors

Play By: J. S. Barker

: THE BELLE VUE MILITARY BAND

Conductor, BonelliOlive Evers
(soprano)

Contributors

Conductor: Olive Evers

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: SPECIAL OCCASIONS

' On the Road '
The Little Orchestra
Directed by Jack Hardy
George Waddington (baritone)
Compere, Richard North
Arranged by Arthur Spencer

Contributors

Directed By: Jack Hardy
Baritone: George Waddington
Unknown: Richard North
Arranged By: Arthur Spencer

: BETWEEN HOUSES '

or ' Variety at Home '
Harry Torrani
(The Singing Puzzle)
Maggie and Alice
The Romantic Widow
Jimmy O'Dea. and Harry O'Donovan
Al Reno
Henry Reed 's Variety Orchestra

Contributors

Unknown: Jimmy O'Dea.
Unknown: Harry O'Donovan
Unknown: Al Reno
Unknown: Henry Reed

: Northern Cockpit: Afforestation in the Lake District

The Rt. Hon. Sir Francis Acland will speak for the Forestry Commission, the Rev. H.H. Symonds is a resident in the area, Alderman William Walker, J.P., is fond of trees, R.H. Lamb is a local sheep breeder, and J.L. Longland was a member of an Everest Expedition and climbs in the Lake District.

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Francis Acland
Unknown: The Rev. H.H. Symonds
Unknown: Alderman William Walker
Unknown: R.H. Lamb
Unknown: J.L. Longland

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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