Conducted by Rev. W. P. BESLEY , M.V.O.. M.A. (Hon. Priest to H.M. the King).
Mr. LEWIS M. JONES , A.R.C.O.
ASHMOOR BURCH (Baritone).
Relayed from St. Lawrence Jewry.
Mr. J. C. Stobart and Miss Mary Somerville, "Heroes of Fiction - Blackmore's John Rid. "
by A. Bonnet
A.R.C.O., from the Capitol Theatre, Haymarket
" Winkio Wee and the Pickled Onions " (Christine Chaundler ). " The Springtime Orphan " (H. Mortimer Batten ).
ALEX FRYER 'S ORCHESTRA from the Rialto Theatre.
Prof. C. J. PATTEN : "Bird
Life-The Triumph of Vision." S.B. from Sheffield.
Interpreted by CHARLES KELLY.
2nd Sonata, Op. 39, in A Flat
(a) Allegro Moderate con Spirito.
The following programme will be introduced by W. G. Fay , the well-known Irish Actor.
"Kathleen Mavourriecn. " " Come Back to Erin." "Eileen Alannnh. "
FLORENCE MARKS in Irish Song and Verse.
" Pat Magee. "
JEROME MURPHY. " Why Do I Wear the Shamrock ? "
(Specially written for the occasion) and Irish Stories. DENIS O'NEIL. " Are You Right There, Michael?'" Phil the Fluter's Ball."
Chats with Famous Authors :
Mr. ERNEST RAYMOND and Miss ROSE MACAULAY, " Must the Novel Decline in Vogue ? "
Illustrating the Departure of a Company of Irish Emigrants. This scene will not be broadcast from the Studio, but from a distant place where most of the actual sounds can be obtained.