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: ORCHESTRAL MUSIC

Relayed from the Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
(For Programme see under Sheffield)
5.0 LANGLEY ALLSOP (Soprano)

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Clarinet Solos by Pat Ryan. 'Up with the Lark,' a Talk on Camping told by Robert Roberts

: Mr. NEVILLE CARDUS (' Cricketer' of the Manchester Guardian) : ' Cricket '

FOR over ten years Mr. Neville Cardus has been a member of the Manchester Guardian staff, and his articles on cricket and music have become a familiar and well-loved feature tc readers. It was as musical critic to the Manchester edition of the Daily Citizen that he embarked on his journalistic career, but he is probably even better known in the cricket world, to which he has made some valuable and interesting contributions.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Neville Cardus

: VAUDEVILLE

MILLICENT LANGTRY (Moments of Melody)
RALPH COLLIS (The Quaint
Comedian)
A. W. BASKCOMB (The Famous
Comedian)
THE VAUDEVILLE PLAYERS present ' Change Over,' by A. F. Hyslop
JAMES BAILEY (Syncopation at the Piano)
Supported by THE VAUDEVILLE
FOUR

Contributors

Unknown: Millicent Langtry
Unknown: Ralph Collis
Unknown: F. Hyslop
Unknown: James Bailey








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