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The programme this evening, between 7 and 11 p.m. has been organized by the Daily Graphic for the benefit of the funds of the Infants' Hospital, London', of which H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY is the President and Mr. J. GOMER BERRY the Chairman.
Five Hundred Pounds in Cash Prizes, divided as follows:
1st Prize £200
2nd Prize £100
3rd Prize £50
10 Prizes of £5 each
100 Prizes £1 each will he awarded to listeners who succeed in identifying the greatest number of Artists, Items and Novel Problems that are being set for this special programme. All listeners will have an opportunity of winning some of these prizes, as the programme is to be simultaneously broadcast from all stations.
The Concert is made up of both 'straight' and mystery numbers, and the public will be asked to express its appreciation of this evening's special entertainment by sending a contribution to the Daily Graphic for the Infants' Hospital, and - if at the same time competing for some of the £500 offered in prizes - to accompany each set of solutions sent in with at least 1/- for the Hospital.
Among the Artists helping are: Miss GLADYS COOPER, Madame MIRIAM LICETTE, Sir GERALD DU MAURIER, Mr. HENRY AINLEY, Mr. GEORGE GROSSMITH, Mr. NELSON KEYS, Mr. ROBERT RADFORD, Mr. TUDOR DAVIES, Mr. MAX DAREWSKI.
Also certain other Artists equally well known whose identity is being withheld. Father RONALD KNOX. and Professor DANIEL JONES , of University College, London, are among those giving mystery items.
Also DE GROOT and the PICCADILLY ORCHESTRA.
Further items by the KNELLER HALL MILITARY BAND, conducted by Lieut. H.E. ADKINS, Mus.Bac., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., and DE GROOT and the PICCADILLY ORCHESTRA.
Several Mystery Novelties and Sound-Effect Cameos will be broadcast.
Included in the programme is
"Fatal Thirteen" A Radio Mystery Play by Alfred Judd.
In which HENRY OSCAR, MICHAEL HOGAN, RALPH DE ROHAN and ROTHBURY EVANS form the cast.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. J. Gomer Berry
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Gladys Cooper
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Miriam Licette
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Gerald du Maurier
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. Henry Ainley
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George Grossmith
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Nelson K E Y S
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Robert Radford
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Tudor Davies
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. Max Darewski.
Unknown:
Ronald Knox.
Unknown:
Daniel Jones
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Piccadilly Orchestra.
Play By:
Alfred Judd.
Unknown:
Michael Hogan.

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