Relayed from the Carlton Restaurant.
The World's Wireless Message from the Children of Wales.
The Voyages of Dr. Doolittle
Hot and Strong, by Stephen Southwold.
'The Dew Fairy' (Frank Bridge); 'Ragamuffin' (J. Ireland); 'The Fairy Palace' (K. Harding); 'The Juggler' (K. Wright)
(9.15 Local Announcements)
The Station Trio: Frank Thomas (Violin); Ronald Harding (Violoncello); Hubert Pengelly (Pianoforte)
A Duologue by Francis Morton Howard.
Scene: An hotel corridor during the progress of a Ball.
Betty and Peter are 'sitting this one out' in the corridor. The strains of music drifting from the Hotel ballroom accompany their discussion of the kind of woman Peter will marry.
A Play in One Scene by Laurence Housman.
Scene: The interior of an old-fashioned cottage, in the dusk of a winter's evening
Little thought the miser, sitting alone in his old cottage, that listening ears had heard, in the silence of winter dusk, the chink of his gold and 'him crooning to it like a wood-pigeon'. The old man had locked up the cottage behind him as he went out; but lurking thieves had overheard him and have entered his treasure house by the chimney.
by Adolphe Borschke.