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: Concert

Muriel Hargreaves (Solo Pianist), Gladys Filchett (Soprano), Arthur Brough (Bass Baritone), Sam Lomas (Tenor).
(to 16.30)


Pianist: Muriel Hargreaves
Soprano: Gladys Filchett
Bass baritone: Arthur Brough
Tenor: Sam Lomas

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: The Altrincham Primitive Methodist Choir

Glee, "Come, Let Us All A-Maying Go" (Atterbury); Cheshire Folk-Song, "Early One Morning" (arr. Dunhill); Part Song, "Why, Lovely Charmer?" (Eric Fogg); Nursery Rhyme, "There Was a Little Man" (Hall); Song, "Love, the Pedlar" (German); Song, "You'd Better Ask Me" (Lohr).

Annie Thomas (Soprano).

Part Song, "Prithee, Why?" (Parry); Hebridean Folk-Song, "An Eriskay Love-Lilt" (arr. by Kennedy-Fraser); Part Song, "Moonlight" (Eaton Faning).


Singers: The Altrincham Primitive Methodist Choir
Soprano: Annie Thomas

: Percy Phlage and persiflage


Speaker: Percy Phlage

: Choir

Hunting Song, "John Peel" (A. W. West); Part Song, "Drops of Rain" (Lemmens); Part Song, "Cuddle Doon"; Song, "Who Treads the Path?" from "Magic Flute" (Mozart).

John T. Biddulph (Bass): Lullaby, "Come to Me, Gentle Sleep" (Cowan); Folk-Song, "Love, Fare Thee Well" (arr. by Brahms).


Bass: John T. Biddulph

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

: Spanish Talk

Mr. W. F. Bletcher (Examiner in Spanish to the Union of Lancashire and Cheshire Institute).


Speaker: W. F. Bletcher

: Savoy Orpheans

relayed from the Savoy Hotel, London.
S.B. from other Stations.


Musicians: Savoy Orpheans

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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