by Dorothy Todd.
relayed from Shepherd's Bush Pavilion.
Solos by J. Field. " The Stranger " (Mabel Marlowe ). " Nature's Workshop in April," by W. Jewell.
THE LONDON RADIO
DANCE BAND :
Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.
Interpreted by LAFFITTE (Solo Pianoforte).
Intermezzo in B Flat Major, Op.
Scherzo in E Flat Minor, Op. 4.
" by PHILE-
Conductor, PERCY E. GAYER. DUFTON SCOTT and CHRISTINE CROWE in Undiluted Scotch Stories and Impressions.
LEONARD HUBBARD ") and SYDNEY COLTHAM
A Fanciful Fragment by II. E. Bates.
The time is a Saturday afternoon. about 3 o'clock. The scene stiff, though comfortably-furnished room in a provincial house. Victorian prints of the Boer War, Queen Victoria, and the Prince Consort adorn the flowery-papered walls. A fire is burning in a big black, shining grate. Rain is splashing on the windows through which comes a greyish light, showing a table complately laid for tea. A kettle is already on tho five. Aunt Matilda speaks.
Sung by THE DODDINGTON CHORAL SOCIETY at ST. MARY'S CHURCH,
Chorus, " All We Like Sheep."
Chorus, " Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates."
Chorus, " Hallelujah."
THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA:
Conducted by DAN GODFREY.
Lieut.-Col. G. R. B. SPATN.
C.M.G.F.S.A. : "Tho Unknown Gods cf the Roman Wall."
BERT FIRMAN 'S CARLTON HOTEL DANCE BAND, from the Carlton Hotel.