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: Concert

by the 2ZY Trio.
(to 16.30)


Musicians: The 2ZY Trio

: News

S.B. from London.

The Rev. A. J. Waldron
S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast


Speaker: The Rev. A. J. Waldron

: A Xmas Party at 2ZY

S.B. to London till 9.30.
The Artistes who will be present at this party include:-
Vocalists: Madge Taylor, Helena Taylor, Rachel Hunt, Nell Davis, etc.

Lee Thistlethwaite, Wilfred Hindle, Harold Marsden, Hubert Ruddock, Jem Woodrow, R. O'Brien etc.
Entertainers: Victor Smythe, R. J. Hever, Keyboard Kitty, etc.

Choruses and Glees by the 2ZY Opera Chorus.
The Programme includes Songs, Duets, Quartettes, etc.
Dance Music by the Savoy Dance Bands, (S.B. from London), and the 2ZY Orchestra.


Vocalist: Madge Taylor
Vocalist: Helena Taylor
Vocalist: Rachel Hunt
Vocalist: Nell Davis
Vocalist: Lee Thistlethwaite
Vocalist: Wilfred Hindle
Vocalist: Harold Marsden
Vocalist: Hubert Ruddock
Vocalist: Jem Woodrow
Vocalist: R. O'Brien
Entertainer: Victor Smythe
Entertainer: R. J. Hever
Pianist: Keyboard Kitty [Eric Fogg]
Singers: The 2ZY Opera Chorus
Musicians: The Savoy Dance Bands
Musicians: The 2ZY Orchestra

: News

S.B. from London.

Local News and Weather Forecast

The Party will break up at 12.0 Midnight.


Announcer: Victor Smythe

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