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: The Manchester Tuesday Midday Society's Concert

Relayed from the Houldsworth Hall
THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Conducted by T. H. MORRISON (Conducted by the COMPOSER)

Contributors

Conducted By: T. H. Morrison

: Music by Haydn Wood

THE NORTHERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA
Overture, ' A May Day '
Suite, ' Egypta '
Pleading
Three Famous Pictures

: The Children's Hour

S.B. from Leeds
OUR FARM
Songs sung by DOROTHY KITCHEN and J. WOODS
SMITH
A Sketch by JACK SAYES

Contributors

Sung By: Dorothy Kitchen
Sung By: J. Woods
Unknown: Jack Sayes

: Famous Northern Resorts Blackpool

MURIEL GEORGE and ERNEST BUTCHER with 'A JOLLY GOOD
COMPANEE' including
PERCY KAHN (Accompanist), OLIVE KAVANN (Contralto), ARTHUR Dux -BURY (Tenor), ANITA CREIGHTON (Soubrette), CLAUDE CHANDLER (Comedian), ETHEL BRIDGSTOCK (Pianist). BILLY SELDOM (Comedian) in a programme specially arranged for this broadcast performance by ERNEST BUTCHER
Relayed from the White Pavilion, Central Pier

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Kahn
Contralto: Arthur Dux
Tenor: Anita Creighton
Unknown: Claude Chandler

: THE DELLA ROSA NEOPOLITAN PLAYERS

A Company of Italian Instrumentalists in a Selection of their National Airs
' Relayed from the Winter Gardens








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