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: Dance Afternoon

by the Wireless Quartette and Kenneth Ellis (Baritone).
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Musicians: The Wireless Quartette
Baritone: Kenneth Ellis

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News

: Glasgow Radio Society Talk

"Come and trip it as ye go
On the light, fantastic toe." - Milton

Louis Freeman and his Dance Orchestra
Fox-trot, "Marcheta"; One-step, "O Gee, O Gosh"; Waltz, "Catherine"; Blues, "Yankee Doodle Blues"; Piano Solo, "Knice and Knifty" (9); Fox-trot, "Horsey, Keep Your Tail Up" (6); One-step, "The Oom-pah Trot"; Waltz, "Dreamy Melody" (7).

Contributors

Musicians: Louis Freeman and his Dance Orchestra

: Arthur Melrose (Entertainer)

"The Whistling Village".
"The Schoolboy".

Contributors

Entertainer: Arthur Melrose

: Dance Orchestra

One-step, "Oh, Doctor" (10); Blues, "Hungry Blues"; Fox-trot, "Covered Waggon Days"; Waltz, "Wonderful One" (7); Fox-trot, "Non-Stop Dancing."

: News and Weather Forecast

S.B. from London.

Local News

: Arthur Melrose

"The Whistling Waiter".
"Keep a Whistling". .................. (6)

Contributors

Entertainer: Arthur Melrose

: Dance Orchestra

Fox-trot, "Parade of the Tin Soldiers"; One-step "Down on the Farm"; Piano Solo, "Guess It"; Fox-trot, "Mama Loves Papa"; One-step, "Barney Google" (7); Fox-trot, "Just Keep On Dancing" (10); Waltz, "Good Night".

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Contributors

Announcer: Herbert A. Carruthers








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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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