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Music-Hall

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
PHYLLIS ROBINS
The Personality Vocalist
A. C. ASTOR
The Remarkable Ventriloquist
CLAPHAM and DWYER
In Another Spot of Bother
AL and BOB HARVEY
Canada's Foremost Radio Stars
ELSIE and DORIS WATERS
Entertainers
CHARLES AUSTIN ,and COMPANY
THE DANCING DAUGHTERS
(Trained by Rosalind Wade )
THE B.B.C.
VARIETY ORCHESTRA, directed by KNEALE KELLEY
Elsie and Doris Walters received more letters of congratulation for their broadcast in Christmas Party than they have ever had before.
Al and Bob Harvey are amongst
Canada's most successful broadcasters.
Have you heard about Clapham's dog ? It slipped its collar one day whilst he was working out some business on the way to St. George's Hall, and he walked in trailing a lead with no dog attached to it. Dwyer found it in the kitchen at Broadcasting House.
Charles Austin , of' Parker P.C.' fame, is to give his first broadcast since he was Chairman of Old-time Music Halls, and Phyllis Robins her first in a Variety programme since Radiolympia. A. C. Astor was the first ventriloquist on the air.

Contributors

Unknown: Phyllis Robins
Unknown: A. C. Astor
Unknown: Bob Harvey
Unknown: Doris Waters
Unknown: Charles Austin
Unknown: Rosalind Wade
Directed By: Kneale Kelley
Directed By: Doris Walters
Directed By: Bob Harvey
Unknown: Charles Austin
Unknown: Phyllis Robins
Unknown: C. Astor

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