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: Orchestral Music

relayed from the Pavilion Buxton Gardens
(For Programme see under Sheffield)

: Mr. A. C. GRONNO : ' A Visit to Egypt Thirty-three Centuries Ago '

EVER since the excavations at Luxor brought the wonders of ancient Egyptian civilization prominently before the public, archæology has been a popular subject. especially where Egypt is concerned. Mr. Gronno will satisfy a great many people's curiosity by describing Egypt as it was thirty-three centuries ago.

: Major W. PEER GROVES. 'A Holiday Talk-

Provence, the Wonder-land of France
IF one had to nominate one part of Europe as the cradle of poetry and romance, what could one choose but Provence, the land that never lost the influence of its Roman civilization, and the home of the troubadours? When one sees the beauties of Provence, which Major Peer Groves will describe this evening, one ceases to wonder that poets are still praising nature in terms derived from the landscape of Provence.

: ON WITH THE SHOW OF 1927

The Concert Party Entertainment produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Relayed from the North Pier, Blackpool
WALTER WILLIAMS and WINNIE COLLINS , Musical
Comedy Stars
JAN RALFINI and his BAND
IRIS and PHYLLIS (The Irrepressibles)
STELLA BROWNE (Soprano)
STANLEY VILVEN (Tenor)
THE Six FISHER GIRLS
FRED WALMSLEY (Comedian)

Contributors

Produced By: Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown: Walter Williams
Unknown: Winnie Collins
Unknown: Jan Ralfini
Soprano: Stella Browne

: SYNOOPATION AT THE PIANO

by TOM PILE
IN addition to his present engagement as Musical Director of the Embassy Dance Palace, Withington Road, Manchester, Mr. Tom Pile has held many important positions with some of the best-known orchestras and dance bands in the North. Although he has often broadcast from one of the Manchester dance halls, this will be his first performance in the studio.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Tom Pile








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