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MORRIS HARVEY

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in 'PEACHES'
A REVUE
Sketches by L. DU GARDE PEACH
Numbers by Various Composers
THE WIRELESS CHORUS and REVUE ORCHESTRA
Conducted by J. Louis ARTHUR
Arranged by GORDON MCCONNEL with EWART SCOTT
ALMA VANE
JEAN HARLEY
GEORGE BARKER
DOROTHY MCBLAIN KITTY BERESFORD
RADIO revues are one of the brightest features of the broadcast programmes, and a new revuo on the air is as eagerly awaited by its own audience as a new revue on the stage. Tonight's production has many points in its favour. Mr. du Gardo Peach, who has written the ' book,' is one of the most versatile of humorists, and he has ample experience of microphone technique. The east includes many broadcast favourites, headed by Morris Harvey , probably the cleverest revue comedian in the country, who has very recently given provincial listeners a taste of the quality that gave him such a reputation with London theatregoers in the days of The Nine O'clock Revue.

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