the Central President.
On the occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Mothers' Union.
Relayed from the Royal Albert Hall.
Mr. J. C. Stobart and Miss Mary Somerville, "Shakespeare's Heroines : Cleopatra."
Time Signal from Greenwich.
" Midsummer Day," a Playlet with Music by the Wireless Chorus and the Radio Quartet.
THE LONDON RADIO
\ Directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN.
Major E. L. ROBINSON , " Poultry."
interpreted by EDWARD ISAACS.
Sonata, Op. 7, in E Flat Major
(1st two movements) :
(a) Molto allegro e con brio;
(b) Largo, con grand espressione.
"Under the Berkshire Downs."
JAMES OLIVER. (Soloist, Mr. Tom Brennen) WILLIAM HESELTINE (Tenor).
THE BAND. " The Coiner,"
A Comedy of Irish Life in One Act by Bernard Duffy.
The Characters in the order of their speaking :
James Canatt is in the kitchen of his cottage arranging the coals with the tongs in order to nurse a small flame. There is a lighted candle on the table and n kettle on the hob.
THE ST. HILDA COLLIERY
BAND. (Soloist, Mr. Alwyn)
Mr. BAXTER ELLIS, Chairman of Newcastle Aero Club, "Flying As a Safe and Inexpensive Hobby." S.B. from Newcastle.
(Solo Harp). HELEN HENSCHEL (Soprano).
"Jeunes Fillettes." "La Maumariee."
"Je connais un bergec discret." "Verduron."
THE SAVOY ORPHEANS:
THE SAVOY TANGO BAND, from the Savoy Hotel, London.