L. W. Lyde , F.R.G.S., "Applied Geography-Economic."
" by A. Bonnet Laird.
relayed from the Capitol
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Mr. J. REID MOIR : "The
Fossil Bones of Early Man." S.B. to all Stations.
" Some Dogs," No. 1.
A Ladies' Hour
RUBY HELDER (Lady Tenor).
(Songs at the Piano).
'Tell Me, Fair Ladies' (from 'The Marriage of Figaro') by Mozart
'As Ever I Saw' by Peter Warlock
'Song of the Palanquin Bearers' by M. Shane
'Who'll Buy My Lavender?' by E. German
'Chanson Arabe' by Rimsky-Korsakov
'Berceuse' by FaurÃ©
'Polichinelle' by Kreisler
'No One Speaks to Percy Now' by H. Parr
'Miss Ellen' by B. Holt
'Gods All Powerful' by Handel
'Obstination' by H. de Fontenailles
Ballade in A Flat by Chopin
'Last Sunday Morn' by Brahms
'Before the Squall' by Ethel Smyth
(By special permission of the Savoy Hotel.) Piano Solo by Carroll Gibbons.
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Mr. C. E. M. JOAD and Mr J. STRACHEY : "After-Dinner
Philosophy-Matter." S.B. to Stations. Local News.
" The Red-headed Music Maker."
American Radio Entertainer.
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