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' ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES'

on Regional Programme London

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No. 12
A composite programme of excerpts from three concert parties
' THE NEW FOLLIES ' from the New Pier, Walton-on-the-Naze
The company includes :
Walter Barker ; Linda Love and Ivy Esta ; Rex Leslie ; Emelie Bentield ; Jack Rogers ; Graham Graham and Louise Lurgan ; Renee Harrison ;
Jane Corbett and Arthur Warren
' PED'LERS '
Presented by Leslie Fuller from the Palace, Ramsgate
The company includes :
Claire Ruane ; Lola Ralph ; Just Helene; Billy Kershaw ; Dan Noble ; Danvers, Lucas, and Rowland; Peggy and Millie; Ernest Moss ; Gladys Hay ; Albert Potter ; The
Six Harmonists ; Leslie Fuller
' SUNSHINE '
Presented by Powis Pinder from the Summer Theatre, Shanklin,
Isle of Wight
The company includes :
Robert Wilson ; Ward and Draper ; Kathleen O'Hagan ; Elsa Stenning ; Dudley Rolph ; Jan Ramsden ; Joyce Targett ; Marjorie Wynn Hughes ; Betty Keen; Pat Ingram ;
Richard Hassett
The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper

Contributors

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Walter Barker
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Linda Love
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Rex Leslie
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Emelie Bentield
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Jack Rogers
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Graham Graham
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Renee Harrison
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Jane Corbett
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Arthur Warren
Presented By:
Leslie Fuller
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Claire Ruane
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Lola Ralph
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Billy Kershaw
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Dan Noble
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Ernest Moss
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Gladys Hay
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Albert Potter
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Leslie Fuller
Presented By:
Powis Pinder
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Robert Wilson
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Kathleen O'Hagan
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Elsa Stenning
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Dudley Rolph
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Jan Ramsden
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Joyce Targett
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Marjorie Wynn Hughes
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Pat Ingram
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Richard Hassett
Presented By:
Harry S. Pepper

Regional Programme London

About Regional Programme

Regional Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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