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: Music by the STATION QUARTET

Old Musical Comedies :
Selections: 3.55 Reading : ' Captain Cook's Voyage of Discovery'
4.0 BROADCAST TO SCHOOLS : Prof. T. H. PEAR ,
'How to Study—I. Why we should learn how to study '
4.20 QUARTET Selections

Contributors

Unknown: T. H. Pear

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

: Request Songs by Betty Wheatley. ' The Dragon ' and ' The Story of Sophonisba' told by Robbie Roberts

: On With the Show of 1927

LAWRENCE WRIGHT'S NEW STYLE ENTERTAINMENT
Produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Relayed from the North Pier, Blackpool
WALTER WILLIAMS and WINNIE COLLINS; JAN RALFINI and his BAND; IRIS and PHYLLIS, the Irrepressibles; STELLA BROWNE (Soprano); STANLEY VILVEN (Tenor); THE Six FISHER GIRLS; FRED WALMSLEY (Comedian)

Contributors

Unknown: Lawrence Wright
Produced By: Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown: Walter Williams
Unknown: Winnie Collins
Unknown: Jan Ralfini
Soprano: Stella Browne
Tenor: Stan-Ley Vilven
Unknown: Fred Walmsley

: The White Blackbirds

BERT FELDMAN'S Latest Concert Party Entertainment, relayed from the Central Pier, Blackpool
HERO DE RANCE
Hero de Rance
SPENCER WARD
EILEEN FOWLER
CORDON NORVILLE
ZOE CORNER
JOHN COLEMAN
THE SWANEE MINSTRELS
TEDDY BRODGEN and JIMMY CRAIG.
Supported by GERALD BRIGHT'S CELEBRITY FIVE

Contributors

Unknown: Bert Feldman
Unknown: Spencer Ward
Unknown: Eileen Fowler
Unknown: Zoe Corner
Unknown: John Coleman
Unknown: Jimmy Craig.
Unknown: Gerald Bright'S








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