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MONDAY AT SEVEN

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.
presented by Harry S. Pepper and Douglas Moodie
Singing Commère. Judy Shirley
1 Carroll Gibbons
2 ' Inspector Hornleigh
Investigates' with S. J. Warmington as Inspector
Homleigh
No. 19, ' One Million Witnesses' by Hans W. Priwin
An article about Inspector Hornleigh , by his creator, will be found on page 11
3 ' This Stopped the Show '
Devised by Robert Ellison with Cicely Courtneidge
4 ' The Lugubrian Abroad',
No. 2 by Spike Hughes with Anthony Holles
. and Ivan Samson
5 That Certain Trio
' That Certain Trio ' has returned to Mayfair cabarets after an absence since 1930, when Ivy St. Helier first saw the possibilities in teaming Patrick Waddington , Anne de Nys , and William Walker -the latter now replaced by John Ridley. Miss St. Helier produced the original act and gave it its name.
Their first broadcast, since this act got together again, was in ' Monday at Seven ' on November 1, when they also gave a television performance. Patrick Waddington needs no introduction to listeners, as he has played in a variety of rôles since the 2LO days, and is one of the most popular of broadcasters. Anne de Nys is unmistakably French when singing in that language, while her English accent is quite ' unbroken '. John Ridley is responsible for most of the lyrics.
The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Charges Shadwell

Contributors

Presented By: Harry S. Pepper
Unknown: Judy Shirley
Unknown: S. J. Warmington
Unknown: Hans W. Priwin
Unknown: Inspector Hornleigh
Unknown: Robert Ellison
Unknown: Cicely Courtneidge
Unknown: Spike Hughes
Unknown: Anthony Holles
Unknown: Ivan Samson
Unknown: Patrick Waddington
Unknown: Anne de Nys
Unknown: William Walker
Unknown: John Ridley.
Unknown: Patrick Waddington
Unknown: John Ridley
Conducted By: Charges Shadwell

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