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: A MILITARY BAND PROGRAMME

From Birmingham
THECITY OF BIRMINGHAMPOLICE BAND, conducted by RICHARD WASSELL

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wassell

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR (From Birmingham) :

' Father Stickleback.’ by E. M. Griffiths. Songs by Norah Tarrant (Contralto) and Harold Casey (Baritone). ' Some Wonderful Engineering Achievements—the, Tower Bridge,' a dialogue by O. Bolton King

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. Griffiths.
Baritone: Harold Casey
Dialogue By: O. Bolton King

: DANCE MUSIC

THE LONDON RADIO DANCE BAND. directed by SIDNEY FIRMAN
COLLEENCLIFFORD (Impersonations at thePiano)

Contributors

Directed By: Sidney Firman

: 'THE ROSE OF PERSIA'

or 'THE STORY-TELLER AND THE SLAVE'
A Musical Comedy by BASIL HOOD and ARTHUR SULLIVAN
Arranged and Abridged for Broadcasting
Produced by HENRY OSCAR
(For full details see page 421.)

Contributors

Comedy By: Basil Hood
Comedy By: Arthur Sullivan
Produced By: Henry Oscar

: VARIETY

From
Birmingham BRAMPTON HAWKINS
'(Dialect Entertainer)
LENA COPPING and JOAN MEREDITH
(Entertainers with a Piano)
HELENA MILLAIS
(The Actress-Entertainer)
Tommy HANDLEY
(The Wireless Comedian)
LLOYD'S RHYTHMIC DANCE BAND

Contributors

Unknown: Birmingham Brampton Hawkins
Unknown: Joan Meredith
Piano: Helena Millais
Unknown: Tommy Handley








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