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: Land Line Transmission of The Oxford Picture House Orchestra

(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: The Oxford Picture House Orchestra

: Mainly Feminine

(a) Poultry Talk; (b) In and Out of the Shops, by "The Copy Cat".

: The Children's Hour

(a) Kirkham Hamilton-"A Hollow Hut"; (b) Children's News.

Contributors

Reader: Kirkham Hamilton

: Land Line Transmission of Organ Music from the Piccadilly Picture House

At the Organ Mr. J. Armitage.

Contributors

Organist: J. Armitage

: First General News Bulletin

from London
Followed by Manchester News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Dance Music Programme by The Bolton Dance Band

Waltz, "Carnival Time"; One-step, "When You're Old You Like 'Em Young"; Fox-trot, "Nobody's Darlin'"; One-step, "Cotton Town"; Waltz, "Romany Rose"; Fox-trot, "Wana".

Contributors

Musicians: The Bolton Dance Band

: Mme. Bainbridge, Soprano

"Una Voce Poco Fa" (The Barber of Seville).

Contributors

Soprano: Mme. Bainbridge

: Some More Dance Music by The Bolton Dance Band

One-step, "La La La"; Fox-trot, "To-morrow"; Waltz, "Maid of the Mountains"; One-step, "She Walks"; Fox-trot, "Say It While Dancing".

Contributors

Musicians: The Bolton Dance Band

: Victor Smythe and Algy

Contributors

Performers: Victor Smythe and Algy

: Keyboard Kitty and Pianoforte Jokes

(to 21.15)

Contributors

Pianist: Keyboard Kitty [Eric Fogg]

: Mme. Bainbridge, Soprano

"The Lament of Isis".

Contributors

Soprano: Mme. Bainbridge

: Second General News Bulletin

from London followed by Manchester News, giving Local Weather Report.

: Mme. Bainbridge

"I Think" (Guy d'Hardelot).

Contributors

Soprano: Mme. Bainbridge

: Dance Music by The Bolton Dance Band

Contributors

Musicians: The Bolton Dance Band

: Men's Club Announcements; Close Down

Contributors

Announcer: Victor Smythe








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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