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: Broadcast to Schools

M. Albert Le Grip , B.A., LL.B., O.A., " French." Mr. G. W. Tyrrell, A.R.C.Sc., on " How Scotland Was Built."

Contributors

Unknown: M. Albert Le Grip

: The Wireless Quartet

and Donald Clark
(Tenor).

Contributors

Tenor: Donald Clark

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London.
G. A. ATKINSON. S.B. from London.

Contributors

Unknown: G. A. Atkinson.

: Musical Interlude.

S.B. from London.

: Mr. DUDLEY V. HOWELLS

Horticultural Bulletin.
Popular.
LEE THTSTLETHWAITE (Baritone).
HALBERT TATLOCK with his
REPERTORY COMPANY.
THE STATION ORCHESTRA :
Conducted by HERBERT A. CARRUTHERS.

Contributors

Baritone: Halbert Tatlock
Conducted By: Herbert A. Carruthers.

: Shingled Tales.

Presented by HALBERT TATLOCK.
" POLICE!!!
Characters :
Scene : A West End Pavement. Time : Every Sunday Evening.
" PLAY ACTORS."
Characters :
Scene : Hyde Park, London.
Time : Just After Lunch Hour.
"THE LADY IN BLACK."
Characters :
Scene : An Ante-Room at a Dance.
Time : At Three O'clock in the Morning.

Contributors

Presented By: Halbert Tatlock.

: Radio Radiance

(1st Edition).
A Revue in Sixteen Beams.
Played by A COMPANY OF LONDON ARTISTS.
Including
EDDIE MORRIS. IRIS WHITE, JAMES WHIGHAM , JEAN ALLISTONE , TOMMY HANDLEY , MAUDIE DUN
HAM and THE DANCING RADIOS.
Book by Jack Hellier.
Popular Musical Numbers.
Directed by JAMES LESTER and R. E. JEFFREY.
Beams.
1. Introduction of Cast. Full Company. 2. Opening Chorus, DANCING RADIOS. 3. Comedy Skit, " Strangers,"
JEAN ALLISTONE and JAMES WHIGHAM.
4. Number, " When Dancing."
MAUDIE DUNHAM and DANCING RADIOS.
5. Comedy Skit, " Suite 25,"
EDDIE MORRIS and JAMES WHIGHAM.
6. Number, "Plaything Now,"
JEAN ALLISTONE.
7. Comedy Skit, " The Reason,"
EDDIE MORRIS , JAMES WHIGHAM , TOMMY HANDLEY , and JEAN ALLI STONE.
8. Trio, "Weather or Not,"
EDDIE MORRIS , TOMMY HANDLEY , and JAMES WHIGHAM.
9 Comedy Skit, " Cracked," IRIS
WHITE, TOMMY HANDLEY and EDDIE MORRIS.
10. Comedy Number, " Yes, I Am,"
TOMMY HANDLEY.
11. Number, " Shadowland," JEAN ALLI
STONE and EDDIE MORRIS.
12. Number, " Mary O'Brien ,"
MAUDIE DUNHAM.
13. Comedy Patter Number. " Lied to
Me," EDDIE MORRIS.
14. Comedy Skit, " Sights," EDDIE MOR
RIS, TOMMY HANDLEY , IRIS WHITE, and MAUDIE DUNHAM.
15. Comedy Number, "Niobe,"
EDDIE MORRIS and TOMMY HANDLEY.
16. Finale, "Up a Little Hill," IRIS
WHITE and Full Company.

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Morris.
Unknown: James Whigham
Unknown: Jean Allistone
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Book By: Jack Hellier.
Directed By: James Lester
Directed By: R. E. Jeffrey.
Unknown: Jean Allistone
Unknown: James Whigham.
Unknown: Maudie Dunham
Unknown: Eddie Morris
Unknown: James Whigham.
Unknown: Jean Allistone.
Unknown: Eddie Morris
Unknown: James Whigham
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Jean Alli
Unknown: Eddie Morris
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: James Whigham.
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Tommy Handley.
Unknown: Jean Alli
Unknown: Eddie Morris.
Unknown: Mary O'Brien
Unknown: Maudie Dunham.
Unknown: Eddie Morris.
Unknown: Eddie Mor
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Maudie Dunham.
Unknown: Eddie Morris
Unknown: Tommy Handley.

: Programme

S.B. from London.








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