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: Lyons' Cafe Orchestra

Conductor, Brassey Eyton

Contributors

Musicians: Lyons' Cafe Orchestra
Conductor: Brassey Eyton

: Prof. R. Peers

M.C., M.A., " Econo. mics and Welfare " (3).

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B from London.
Mr. HARTLEY WITHERS. S.B. from
London. Local News.
Christmas Eve Concert.
THE HUCKNALL EXCELSIOR PRIZE BAND:
Bandmaster, J HARRISON.
THE ORPHEUS MALE VOICE CHOIR :
Conductor, E. STONE.
IDA SARGENT (Songs at the Piano).
ARTHUR W. HAYES. O.B.E.
(Recitations from Dickens).
From 7.30 to 9.30 and 10.0 to 10.30 p.m. we shall endeavour to reproduce the ancient spirit of Christmas Eve, and will entertain you with Merry Music, Christmas Carols and Songs, and Recitations from Dickens' famous Masterpiece, " The Christmas Carol "
From 9.30 to 10.0 p.m. you will receive the Weather Forecast and News, a Royal Horticultural Society Talk, and a Talk by Mr. Douglas Kennedy on " Song Dances and Carols " from London, and again after the close of our concert at
10.30 p.m. you will hear the Savoy Bands, Turner Layton and Clarence Johnstone, and Waits and Carols broadcast from London up till midnight.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Hartley Withers.
Conductor: E. Stone.
Piano: Arthur W. Hayes.
Talk By: Mr. Douglas Kennedy
Unknown: Turner Layton
Unknown: Clarence Johnstone








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