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: AN ORGAN RECITAL

By MARJORIE RENTON ,
F.R.C.O.
Organist and Director of the Choir, Chelsea
Congregational Church
Relayed from St. Mary-le-Bow Church

Contributors

Unknown: Marjorie Renton

: THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
Tommy HANDLEY (Comedian)....
IVAN FIRTH and PHYLIIS SCOTT (Duets)

Contributors

Conducted By: Jack Payne
Conducted By: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Ivan Firth

: LIGHT MUSIC

MEGAN TELINI (Soprano) JOSEPH LAMPKIN (Violin)
THE SLYDEL OCTET

Contributors

Soprano: Megan Telini
Violin: Joseph Lampkin

: TWO SHORT PLAYS

From Birmingham
' SARDINES FOR TEA '
A Comedy by GLADYS JOINER
Produced by STUART VINDEN
Martha . Spinner is a patient, faded little spinster who keeps a faded little huckster shop. The cheap little bell above the shop door tinkles, announcing the entrance of a short, stout, managing, but kindly body, Mrs. Catchem. She is welcomed by the fussy little spinster.

Contributors

Comedy By: Gladys Joiner
Produced By: Stuart Vinden
Miss Spinner: Phyllis Tibbetts
Mrs. Catchem: Gladys Joiner
Mr. Bond: Wortley Allen
Box 123 X: Stuart Vinden

: Taking the Liberty

A Play by W. P. Lipscombe
The scene is the flat of a bachelor with taste and leisure. Bill is present, and his butler, who is very agitated, is endeavouring to point out the seriousness of the situation.

Contributors

Writer: W. P. Lipscombe
Bill: Stuart Vinden
Ethel: Molly Hall
Hardrade: John Moss
Burton (a Butler): Wortley Allen

: VAUDEVILLE

From Birmingham
ALBERT DANIELS
(Child Impersonations)
LYNNE ROSSITER
(Impressions of Famous Artists)
GABLE and BANKS (Entertainers)

Contributors

Unknown: Albert Daniels
Unknown: Lynne Rossiter

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by FRANK LAFFITTE

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Laffitte








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