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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: 'Cello Solos by Sidney Wright : Nocturne (Biergmuller) ; Narcissus (Nevin). Stoties from ' The Heroes ' (Charles Kingsley) — IV, ' How Perseus Came to the Aethiops '

: VAUDEVILLE

Relayed to London and Daventry
BETTY WHEATLEY and HARRY HOPEWELL,
In Snatches from Musical Comedy.
L. T. Whipp
The popular Lancashire Dialect Entertainer
LILIAN COOPER
In some Recent Successes
THE VAUDEVILLE PLAYERS in 'A Quiet Rubber,' by Harold Simpson
(The Cast includes HYLDA METCALF, BETTY ELSMORE , CHARLES NESBITT , and E. H. BRIDG
STOCK)
KLINTON SHEPHERD
Featuring his successful Song Scena, ' The Ginehy
Road,' by Edward Lauri
SCOTT and ROBBIE, two Friendly Fellows
Supported by THE STATION VAUDEVILLE Four
DON HYDEN (Violin) ; SIDNEY WRIGHT (Cello) ;
PAT RYAN (Clarinet) ; ERIC FOGG (Pianoforte)
(Listeners will gain some idea of each artist's act from the conversation between ' Papa,' ' Mamma,' their son Albatross (who has flown over from college for this occasion), the Colonel, and others who may happen to be present)

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Wheatley
Unknown: L. T. Whipp
Unknown: Lilian Cooper
Unknown: Harold Simpson
Unknown: Betty Elsmore
Unknown: Charles Nesbitt
Unknown: E. H. Bridg
Unknown: Edward Lauri
Violin: Don Hyden
Violin: Sidney Wright

: BAND MUSIC AND SONG

The MANCHESTER CONCERTINA BAND








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