relayed from Restaurant Frascati.
J. C. Stobart and Miss Mary Somerville, " Heroes of Fiction -Kipling's Kim."
" by A. Bonnet Laird.
A.R.C.O., relayed from the Capitol Theatre, Haymarket.
" Toddy Toadstool and Quacka Duck ," by Dorothy Grenside. " More About Locomotive Engine?," hy C. J. Allen.
ALEX FRYER 'S
ORCHESTRA, from the Rialto Theatre.
by the Royal Horticultural Society.
The Rev. D. H. S. CRANAGE ;
Litt.D., " Life in the Old Monasteries-Arts and Crafts, the Farmery."
Interpreted by NIEDZIELSKI.
The Twenty Four Preludes, Op. 28.
Part III. '
MURSELL, M.A. : "On Making Mistakes." S.B. from Aberdeen.
THE ÆOLlAN PLAYERS:
CONSTANCE IZARD (Violin); REBECCA CLARKE (Viola);
JOSEPH SLATER (Flute); GORDON BRYAN (Piano).
Trio in A Major for Flute, Violin and Piano ............ Handel A ndante-Allegro-Larghetto-
Trio in E Flat for Violin, Viola and Piano ............ Mozart
Andante - Minuetto - Allegretto.
Aria con Variazioni from Duo in B Flat for Flute and Viola alone .............. Beethoven
Three Movements from Suite Breve for Flute, Viola and Piano
Terzetto for Flute. Violin and Viola, Op. 32 ... Henri Marteau
(First Performance in. England.)
Allegro Giocoso-Andante quasi
Adagio-Tempo di Valse Lente Allegro con Marcia.
Chinese Puzzle for Flute, Violin,
Viola and Piano Rebecca Clarke
(First Performance of this
A Musical Sketch by ROBERT WILFORD , by arrangement with AMY ELSTOB.
Music by MARK STRONG .
Scene I.-The Willow-Plate.
Scene II-The Old Willow-Plate
-the willow tree in flower, the peach tree full bud. Time, evening.
Scene III.-Peach tree in full blossom, willow drooping and faded. Time, daytime-a week later.
Scene IV.-The Broken Willow-Plate.
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA: Conducted by DAN GODFREY.
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.
The Mandarin Kaladin - ROBERT CHIGNELL
Ta-Jui (a Wealthy Chinese) - JACK STRAW
Chang (the Mandarin's Secretary) - ERIC GREEN
Tae-Wan (a Young Gardener) - STANLEY RILEY
Li-Chi (the Mandarin's Only Child) - MARY CRAUFURD
Hita (Li-Chi's Maid) - GLADYS LACK
Prof. E. WEEKLEY , M.A.,"The
Romance of Words-Worlds and Dr. Johnson." S.B. from Nottingham.
(Duets for Two Pianos).