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: Lozells Picture House Orchestra

(From Birmingham) (Soloist, LESLIE LEWIS)

Contributors

Soloist: Leslie Lewis

: JACK PAYNE

and the B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA

: A Ballad Concert

PERCY WHITEHEAD
(Baritone)
TREVOR OWEN (Tenor)
PERCY WHITEHEAD
Songs
6.15 PERCY WHITEHEAD
Songs

Contributors

Baritone: Percy Whitehead
Tenor: Trevor Owen
Tenor: Percy Whitehead
Unknown: Percy Whitehead

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR:

(From Birmingham)
' Twinkle Tries to be Clever,' by MONA PEARCE
GWEN LONES (Violin)
'Dug from the Earth-Gold Mining,' by 0. BOLTON KING
Jacko will' Entertain

Contributors

Unknown: Bolton King

: Light Music

XORA D'ARGEL (Soprano) ; STANLEY POPE
(Baritone)
W. L. TRYTEL and his OCTET

Contributors

Baritone: W. L. Trytel

: A Light Orchestral Programme

(From Birmingham)
THE BIRMINGHAM STUDIO ORCHESTRA
Conducted by JOSEPH Lewis

Contributors

Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: Two Plays of the Iron Road

(From Birmingham)
' IN THE TUNNEL '
A Dramatic Thrill by RUPERT CROFT-COOKE
The old gentleman is seated in one corner of the compartment of an express train, opposite the old lady. Near them are the girl and the young man, while empty seats divide the quartet from the man in the far corner.
Followed by ' WHAT A NERVE '
Being the Third Adventure of James Augustus , by STUART READY
Just as the train is leaving, James leaps into a compartment occupied only by Stephanie. He is out for adventure-and gets it.
Musical Interludes by the MIDLAND PIANOFORTE
TRIO

Contributors

Unknown: James Augustus
The Old Gentleman: Wortley Allen
The Old Lady: F A Chamberlain
The Girl: Margaret Kennedy
The Young Man': Courtney Bromet
The Man in the Far Corner: Stuart Vinden
James Augustus: Stuart Vinden
Stephanie: Molly Hall








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