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: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

At the Seaside
Suite, Riviera Scenes’(Brooke)
On the Quay; By the Moonlit Sea; At the Casino
Played by the SUNSHINE TRIO
Some Tales from the Seashore (
Madeleine Collier )
Told by CONSTANCE RICHARDS
Wonders of the Shore (Herbert Blat 'h)
Little Mermaids (Helena Bland)
The Little Waves of Breffney (Edgar L. Bainton )
Sung by BETTY WHEATLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Madeleine Collier
Told By: Constance Richards
Unknown: Herbert Blat
Unknown: Edgar L. Bainton
Sung By: Betty Wheatley

: SPIERO'S ORCHESTRA Relayed

from the Palace Picture Theatre,
Blackpool (Soloist, A. SPIERO> )

Contributors

Soloist: A. Spiero>

: Writers of the North: I

Madeline Linford reading an extract from her Cheshire Novel, 'A Home and Children'

: Famous Northern Resorts

Blackpool
SPIERO'S ORCHESTRA
Relayed from the Palace Picture Theatre (Soloist, A. SPIERO) (Soloist, J. DEXTER)

Contributors

Soloist: A. Spiero>
Soloist: J. Dexter>

: On with the Show of 1928

The Concert Party Entertainment produced by Ernest Longstaffe
Relayed from the North Pier
Norman Long (Entertainer)
Fred Walmsley (Comedian)
Walter Williams (Light Comedian)
Trevor Watkins (Tenor)
Ethel Stewart (Musical Comedy Star)
Betty Blackburn (Soprano)
Jan Ralfini's Band
The Eight Fireflies, The Twelve Little Pansies (Singers and Dancers)

Contributors

Produced By: Ernest Longstaffe
Unknown: Walter Williams
Tenor: Trevor Watkins
Tenor: Ethel Stewart
Soprano: Jan Ralfini








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