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BON ACCORD'

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A Light Variety Entertainment from the North-East with Dan Williams in comedy character songs
Dorothy Forrest musical comedy soprano
Arthur Black and Addie Ross in ' Fit for Fat' a domestic duologue
Aneurin Lewis the singing accordionist
Lambert Wilson 's Quintet
The programme arranged and presented by Howard M. Lockhart
Dan Williams , once a member of the old Beach Pavilion Company, has been heard from time to time in the 'North Stars '. Dorothy Forrest , another well-known broadcaster, will sing two musical comedy songs, one new, the other old. Aneurin Lewis , once a famous boy soprano, is a young Welshman who is making a name for himself as singer and accordion-player in Aberdeen. Finally, in addition to Lambert Wilson 's Quintet, there are Arthur Black and Addie Ross , who will be heard in an altercation on ' slimming '.

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Williams
Unknown: Dorothy Forrest
Soprano: Arthur Black
Soprano: Addie Ross
Unknown: Aneurin Lewis
Accordionist: Lambert Wilson
Presented By: Howard M. Lockhart
Presented By: Dan Williams
Unknown: Dorothy Forrest
Unknown: Aneurin Lewis
Unknown: Lambert Wilson
Unknown: Arthur Black
Unknown: Addie Ross

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