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: Band Music from the Seaside.

Relayed from the West End Bandstand, Morecambe.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE
BAND.
Relayed from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND News.

Prof. D. FRASER HARRIS :
" Shakespeare as a Man of Science." S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: D. Fraser Harris

: Mr. F. STACEY LINTOTT

Weekly Talk on Sport.

: Saturday Night Revue

S.B. from London.
Written and Produced by GRAHAM JOHN.
Opening Chorus, " Make It Saturday Night."
Introduction of Principals.
Duet (Comedian and Soubrette),
" Let's Get Together" " (Dance with Chorus).
Sketch. " Unnecessary Apologies." Duet (Hero and Heroine), " Belong to me ! "
Sketch. "John Citizen. "
Song (Hero), "Silver Wings"
(Chorus).
Sketch, " The Getaway " (Tabloid
Drama).
Song (Soubrette and Chorus),
"Neat Feet."
Song (Hero). " Goo Goo."
Sketch, " The Triumph " (Cross
Word).
Duet. " Love Your Neighbour
(Comedian,,- Soubrette, and Chorus).
Song (Heroine). " Tell Me."
Sketch. The Last Straw " (Comedian and Two Others).
Duet, " I'm Wonderful " (Hero and Heroine).
Song. " Make It Saturday Night
(Comedian).
Finale by the Company.
THE LONDON RADIO DANCE
BAND:
Conducted by SIDNEY FIRMAN.
The Production Presented by R. E. JEFFREY.

Contributors

Produced By: Graham John.
Unknown: John Citizen.
Conducted By: Sidney Firman.
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey.

: Winifred Davis

(Mezzo-Soprano) in a recital of RUSSIAN SONGS.

: Weather Forecast and News

Sports Talk. S.B. from London.
Local News.

: DANCE MUSIC.

THE SAVOY BANDS. S.B. from London.








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