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"Round the Empire with Bob," Part 3, by Winifred Wainwright.

E. Le Breton Martin on Old Tales Re-Told: (6)

Uncle Kirkham on "The Common Arum."


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Author (Round the Empire with Bob):
Winifred Wainwright
Storyteller (Old Tales Re-Told):
E. Le Breton Martin
Speaker (The Common Arum):
Uncle Kirkham [Kirkham Hamilton]

The Pack of Cards Concert Party
Directed by J. Horace Potter.
The Wireless Orchestra
Conducted by Dan Godfrey, Junr.

The Orchestra

The British Isles
Written and Composed by J. Horace Potter and Fred Jukes.
Introductory: An Excuse for Commencing.
Quality: "Westward Ho!" from Devonshire, with the Ace of Hearts.
Jollity: A Song of Cotton, suggesting Lancashire, by the Ace of Spades.
Individuality: "Peeps Into the Past."
Recorded by the Ace of Clubs.
Harmony: "Three Nuns of Nuneaton," suggesting Warwickshire, sung by the Queen and the Ace of Hearts.
Comedy: Rustic Revelry in Rural England.
Some Glimpses of "Country Life."
Brilliancy: A Piano Phantasy on Old English Airs by the Ace of Diamonds.
Melody: "Mayblossom," being a snatch of English Springtime, sung by the Queen.
Originality: "A Scottish Soliloquy: "Waverley," introduced by the Joker.
Novelty: "Honey, Do You Love Me?" a Lover's Lay suggesting Everyshire.
Finality: An Excuse for Finishing.
At the Piano: F. R. Jukes


The Pack of Cards Concert Party
Concert Party directed by/Writer/Composer (The British Isles):
J. Horace Potter
The Wireless Orchestra
Dan Godfrey, Junr.
Writer/Composer/Pianist (The British Isles):
Fred Jukes/F.R. Jukes

2LO London

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