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THE PROGRAMMES

... ~, 9.2o.—War or Peace? A talk between Air Vice- Marshal C. A. H. Longcrolt and Capt. B. H. Liddell Hart. „ 9.so.—Catterall String Quartet—Arthur Catlerall (violin), Turner (violin), Bernard Shore (viola), and Lauri Kennedy (violoncello), 11.0- Ambrose’s ...

BROADCASTING FEATURES

... , Mr. Kingsley Martin. 9.0- Time; Weather and News. 9.15. Shipping Forecast; New York Stock Market Report. 9.2o.—Catterall String Quartet; Arthur Cattorall (violin), Laurance Turner (violin), Bernard Shore (viola), and Laurj Kennedy (violoncello); Parry ...

BROADCASTING FEATURES

... Shipping. New York Stock Market Report. 9.2o.—Here and Now. Mr. Gerald Barry. 9.3s.—Robert Maitland (baritone), Catterall String Quartet. 11.0- —Savoy Hotel Orpheans, from the Savoy Hotel. (Time at 11.30.) London National. 1,148 Kc/s. (261.3 m.) 11.30 ...

THE PROGRAMMES

... Work —6, Summary, Mr. Stanley 9.0. —Time, Weather, and Keiws. 9.15. Shipping; Sew York Stock Market Report, 9.20. Catterall String Quartet. 10.35-12.0.— Roy Fox and hi* Band, from Monscigneur (Time at 11.30). London National, 1,148 Kc/s. (261.3 m.) 11 ...

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... time on October 15. Tickets varying in price from 7s. 6d. to 2s. will be obtainable for the concert given by the Catterall String Quartet, with John Coates, on this occasion. The hall accommodates the full 8.8. C. Symphony Orchestra of 115, and has room ...

BROADCASTING FEATURES

... prices to-night vary from 2s. to 7s. 6d. and the concert is being given in the Regional programmes at 9 p.m., by the Catterall String Quartet and John Coates. Another new feature to-night is the first of the series of unfinished trials,” in which leading ...

A Bicycle Boom

... building, appears to have belied the croakers who declared it was acoustically impossible. At least one heard the Catterall String Quartet well enough considering the general lack of distinction which characterised their playing; and the veteran Mr. John ...

BROADCAS

... (bass); Ernest Lush (pianoforte). Stanford Robinson, conductor, from Kingsway Hall. 9.0. —Elgar Celebration Concert; Catterall String Quartet; Arthur Catterall (violin), Laurance Turner (violin), Bernard Shore (viola), Herbert Withers (violoncello); William ...

BROADCAST

... 6.0. —Time. Weather. News. Bulletin for Farmers. 6.30. —The Foundations of Music: Mozart’s Quintets played by the Catterall String Quartet and Anne Wolfe. 6.50. —Reading from Dombey and Son (Charles Dickens), Mr. V. C. Clinton-Baddeley. 7.20. —Recital ...

BROADCASTING FEATURES

... —Children’s Hour, 6 0. —Time, Weather. News. 6.'30. —The Foundations of Music; Mozart’s Quintets, played by the Catterall String Quartet and Aime Wolfe. 6.50. —The Theatre, by Mr. James Agate. 7.10-7.25. —Fanners’ Talk: Milk Production —A review, by ...

THE PROGRAMMES

... 45) 5.15. —Children’s Hour 6.0 —Time, Weather. News. 6.30. —The Foundations of Music: Mozart’s Quintets, played the Catterall String Quartet and Anne Wolfe. 6.55. —Beading from Dombey and Son (Charles Dickens), by Mr. V. C. Cllnton-Baddeley. 7.2s.—Weekly ...

G FEATURES

... —Northern Btudlo Orchestra, from Manchester; Mabel Sadler (oontralto> from Leeds. 7.45.—The Rodewald Society's Concert; Catterall String Quartet: Arthur Catterali (violin), Laurance Turner (second violin). John Fry (viola). Herbert Withers (violoncello), from ...