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: Mrs. Jane Hilditch

" Joshua
Brookes, M.A., A Famous Manchester Cleric."

: Tea-Time Concert.

Auto-Piano Recital by J. Meadows.

: Dance Music.

THE LONDON RADIO
DANCE BAND.
S.B. from London.

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS. Miss LOIS STUART

" On Getting and Rehearsing a Part." S.B. from London.

: Selected Old English Pieces

played by RAE ROBERTSON.
S.B. from London.

Contributors

Played By: Rae Robertson.

: Major W. CROSS

F.R.G.S. :
"A Cruise in the Mediterranean-
(5) Through the Dardanelles to the Black Sea."

: BLACKPOOL CALLING!

A Concert composed of Entertainment and Music relayed from Blackpool's Three Famous Piers.
Short Speech by the Mayor of Blackpool,
Alderman T. BICKERSTAFFE ,
J.P.
THE WYLIE-TATE SUPER
PIERROTS.
Relayed from the Central Pier.
LILY BURNS
(Soprano).

Contributors

Unknown: Alderman T. Bickerstaffe

: JAN HURST'S ORCHESTRA.

Relayed from the Victoria Pier.

Contributors

Unknown: Victoria Pier.

: " ON WITH THE SHOW."

Relayed from the North Pier.
THORPE BATES (Baritone),
"Speak."
Rosie E WALTERS (Soubrette),
" Summer Rain."
REG MARCUS (Comedian), "Currants."
STELLA BROWNE (Soprano), "Perfume of the Past."
FULL COMPANY, "Headin' for
Louisville."
PHYLLIS and JOHN BIRMINGHAM 'S
BAND "So Is Your Old Lady."
THORPE BATES , STELLA BROWNE
AND FULL COMPANY, " Good-Night, I'll See You in the Morning."

Contributors

Baritone: Thorpe Bates
Unknown: Rosie E Walters
Unknown: Reg Marcus
Soprano: Stella Browne
Unknown: John Birmingham
Unknown: Thorpe Bates
Unknown: Stella Browne

: WEATHER FORECAST AND NEWS.

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

: DANCE MUSIC.

WILL HURST'S SYNCOPATED
DANCE ORCHESTRA.
Relayed from the Palace,
Blackpool.

: The Savoy Bands

S.B. from London.








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