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broadcast from the Palace Theatre, Camberwell, with Nellie Wallace
Johnny Denis and his Novelty Swingtet, with Billie Campbell
Ernest Arnley and Gloria
Jimmy Elliot
Billy Ternent and his Orchestra
Introducing ' Songs that Cheered us through the War, sung by the BBC Revue Chorus with guest soloist, Sidney Burchall. Programme introduced by Cathleen Nesbitt , and produced by Joy Russell-Smith and Bryan Sears


Unknown: Nellie Wallace
Unknown: Johnny Denis
Unknown: Billie Campbell
Unknown: Ernest Arnley
Unknown: Jimmy Elliot
Unknown: Billy Ternent
Soloist: Sidney Burchall.
Duced By: Cathleen Nesbitt
Duced By: Joy Russell-Smith
Duced By: Bryan Sears

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Feedback about ' VARIETY BAND-BOX', Light Programme, 18.15, 29 September 1946
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