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: A BALLAD CONCERT

WINIFRED PEEL (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Pianoforte: Winifred Peel

: Miss ANNE LAMPLOUGH : Bridging the Gap

—The Flower Vase in Mid-winter '

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

S.B. from Leeds
In which we do some match-making
Songa sung by D. NICHOLS and GEORGE LISTED

Contributors

Sung By: D. Nichols

: Harold Brown's Happy

New Year
1929
Written and arranged by EDWIN Lewis
Relayed from the Newfield Hall , 'Owdham
Cast :
Vocalists:
MARJORIE FARNHAM (Soprano)
Tom CASE (Baritone)
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
Herbert's twenty-first birthday falls on January 3, 1929, and Sarah's New Year Party is being combined with Herbert's loosing, for which important event Newfield Hall has been gaily decorated with bright chains of paper, holly, mistletoe, and many coloured mottoes dear to the heart of Sarah.
The company will arrive immediately after a quarter to eight; meanwhile, Sarah is putting the finishing touches to the Hall and Bill.

Contributors

Arranged By: Edwin Lewis
Unknown: Newfield Hall
Soprano: Marjorie Farnham
Baritone: Tom Case
Sarah Brown: Hylda Metcalf
Bill Brown: Charles Nesbitt
David Jones: A G Mitcheson
Kate Jones: Lucia Rogers
Herbert Brown: J Edward Roberts
Young Moore: Michael Voisey
Mary Entwistle: Edith Toms
A Baritone Singer, Sam Ormerod: George Ainsworth
Jim Blenkinsop: Leo Channing

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements)








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