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BROADCASTING

BROADCASTING

Alexander (baritone); the Station Orchestra. 5-5.45 —" ” " Five O’Clocks.” talks to women; Edith William (soprano). 6.30-6.45 " The History of the Drama (VI ). Edith Lester Jones. 7 —Mr. H. Kendrick on Suburban Poultry-keeping. Housing." Manchester. 2.30-3
September 8, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

corner, 7-0.-—Weather forecast and news. (7-10) Radio Society Talk, and (7*15) Sir Horry Johnston (S.B. from London). news. Edith dc Pauley Soprano). Sterling Mortimer (baritone). E. J. Harris (solo clarionet), a»*d the Station Orchestra. 7 55.—Orchestra-
November 6, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY. [From the Court Clroular.] St. James 8 Palace, January 28, 1924. The Prince of Walee, attended bj

COURT AND SOCIETY. [From the Court Clroular.] St. James 8 Palace, January 28, 1924. The Prince of Walee, attended bj

FORTHCOMING WEDDINGS. Sir John Potter and Miss Edith Worsley. The Evening News learns that Sir John Scott Horabrugh Potter, senior clerk ia the House of Commons, is to be married very • hortly to Miss Edith Dorothy W ora lev, of St. George's Square, S.W
January 29, 1924 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
OLD AGE PENSIONERS.

OLD AGE PENSIONERS.

assistance, and the police were hastily summoned and rendered first aid. It was found that the young woman, whose hame is Edith Agnes Harker, of Nunhead, an employee at the Scala Theatre, had been hit in the chest, fortunately only slightly. The man,
March 19, 1924 - Derry Journal - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
FOIL L ISTEN ERS-IN. PROGRAMME FEATURES.

FOIL L ISTEN ERS-IN. PROGRAMME FEATURES.

MS) —.— Hell 161041 ...... - IiELrAST-TO-DAY'S MUSIC. 7-o—Lt An . tiordon Cesiserly (from Londonl. 73" r-9- Russian manic, Edith De Pauley (eopranol, Harold Morrow (baritone).' the Station On heetra-7-35. Orcbeetre. Polonaise from "Eugene Onegin," Waltz
October 9, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
BELFAST.

BELFAST.

Sir Horace Plunkett, K.C.V.0., F.R.S., talk on Country Life.” 7-30.—Winifred Davis (mezzosoprano). John Collinson (tenor), Edith Penville (solo flute), Una Cheverton and Alec Sherman (violin duettists), Jerome Murphy (Irish entertainer], and the Anglo-Hawaiian
December 16, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CARDIFF.

CARDIFF.

O'cloeks" Talks to women; Edith William (soprano). 5-45- 8-30—Childmo's corner. 6.30-643—" The History of the Drama" (VI.). by Edith Looter Jonas.-74—Westher forecast and news; Mr. H. Kendrick on "Snharban Poultry Keeping —Housing:" local news
September 8, 1924 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING PROGRAMME

TO-DAY'S BROADCASTING PROGRAMME

15-I.4s—lnterval. alb-Edith Jarnes --- ;;;1 ferey ---- oisens: Duct. "Al.! ways Leave They Smiling" (Alden. 7): Chris*. Stoddard and The Greys: Song Seems. "Lonely Hawaii" (Thompson): Ernest Jones: "Valle Sea Flours" (Gammemr) Edith James. • Plano and moose
March 4, 1924 - Freeman's Journal - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
COURT AND SOCIETY

COURT AND SOCIETY

ßelfaet, on visit to the Marquis and Marchioness of and Ava. Major and Lady Edith Brooke have armed a Coortown House. Oorey, a visit to the Earl and Countess of Coortown. Lady Edith « fjord M’OOlavington and his party are having some good sport the Knockando
August 26, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
To-day's News ; •wiling Scenes at Wembley : Jliicns Hear King’s Speech. , ....dpc Commemorated. 5^?W» to G lf i

To-day's News ; •wiling Scenes at Wembley : Jliicns Hear King’s Speech. , ....dpc Commemorated. 5^?W» to G lf i

Church, m she Ucv. J. Meumer, fU.- I'.jrir); Henry hheil, 32ii Lancers, i : v, elder son Peter J. Siu il, 1.?., I. - . mu .' Edith, second i . Calcutta ami nondon. JEATHS. • t at Miss Bratton’s Kursing !ii . r>.ra, Arrnagii, Margaret Bower .aged . i „ncral
April 24, 1924 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland