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: George East and his Quartet

relayed from Popham's Restaurant

: ORCHESTRA

relayed from Popham's Restaurant

: Tea-Time Music

THE ROYAL HOTEL Trio, directed by ALBERT FULLBROOK

: Lieut.-Col. W. P. DRURY

C.B.E. : Characters and Episodes from History-The Travellers at the Tabard Inn '

: FAVOURITE MELODIES

THE STATION ORCHESTRA, directed by WINIFRED GRANT

Contributors

Directed By: Winifred Grant

: ALBERT HOSIE (Violin Recital)

Andante-Allegro Molto Vivace, from Violin

: CHARLES HARTLEY and ETHEL GORDOX PAUL in Two Plays 'COLLABORATORS'

A Farce by Daisy McGeoch\
Characters:
MARY and Reggie decide to write a play, and Mary makes many original suggestions which do not appeal to her collaborator. Finally, they decide on an original duologue to be played by themselves, and which is to be staged for a long run-for life, in fact.
'THE IMPERTINENCE OF THE
CREATURE'
A Trivial Comedy by Cosmo Gordon Lennox Characters :
LADY MILLICENT comes to a ball hoping to be introduced to her hostess's brother. a famous explorer, who has recently returned to London. A stranger persists in following her about and Millicent expresses her annoyance in no uncertain terms until he-but we must allow the actors to tell you the rest.

Contributors

Comedy By: Cosmo Gordon

: WEATHER FORECAST

NEWS; Local News

: GRACE IVELL

VIVIAN WORTH and BRET HAYDEN
In a Short Spell of Song, Sound, Story, Skit, and Syncopation








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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