This being St. David's Day, there will bo songs by THE WELSH MINERS' QUARTET. The Story of 'PWCA,' by ELEANOR BONIFACE , adapted for broadcasting and told by MILDRED FORSTER , and ' Einon and Olwen,' from ' Wonder Tales of Ancient Wales ' (Henderson and Jones)
Massed Band Concert in Aid of The
Leicester Royal Infirmary
Relayed from DE MONTFORT HALL, LEICESTER
Massed Bands, Organ and Fanfaro of Trumpets
Conductor, LlEUT. J. ORD HUME
Organist, MR. WALTER GROOCOCK , Di-ums, Bells, etc., MR. LEN COLLIS
NORMAN LONG (A Song, a Joke and a Piano)
MELVILLE GIDEON (Entertainer)
CLAPHAM and DWYER (In another Spot of Bother)
MARIE BURKE (Comedienne)
' HALF AN HOUR IN A TEASHOP '
By BEATRICE MAYOR
Cast : and EDGAR FAIRCHILD and ROBERT LINDHOLM
Tho Famous Twin Pianists
JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE
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