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: Falkman and his Orchestra

at the Capitol Cinema.
(to 16.30)

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Musicians: Falkman and his Orchestra

: News

S.B. from London.
Local News

: Sport

Mr. Willie C. Clissitt on Sport.

Contributors

Presenter: Willie C. Clissitt

: Orchestra

March, "Russe" (Luigini); Entr'acte, "Bonheur de Printemps".

: Mr. Cyril Hellier (Solo Violin)

"Air" (Goldmark); "Serenade" (Gabrielle Pierre).

Contributors

Violinist: Cyril Hellier

: Mr. Owen Gane (Baritone)

"Field-Marshal Death" (Moussorgsky); "Dream in the Twilight" (Strauss).

Contributors

Baritone: Owen Gane

: Orchestra

"Hiawatha Ballet Music".

: Messrs. Owen Gane and Alec John

(Duets): "Love and War" (Cooke); "In the Solemn Hour" ("La Forza del Destino").

Contributors

Baritone: Owen Gane
Tenor: Alec John

: Mr. Cyril Hellier (Solo Violin)

"Hymn to the Sun" (Rimsky-Korsakov); "Valse Bluethe" (Drigo-Auer).

Contributors

Violinist: Cyril Hellier

: Mr. Alec John (Tenor)

"O Sole Mio" (Capita); "Soft and Pure Fraught with Love" ("Martha") (Flotow).

Contributors

Tenor: Alec John

: Orchestra

Selection, "Sally" (Kern).

: Mr. Owen Gane

"Give Me the Open Road" (Victor Ambroise); "Willo' the Wisp" (J. M . Cherry).

Contributors

Baritone: Owen Gane

: Orchestra

Concert Valse, "Where the Citrons Bloom" (Strauss).

: Mr. Alec John

"My Queen" (Blumenthal); "The Island of Dreams" (Adams).

Contributors

Tenor: Alec John

: News

S.B. from London.
Local News

: Anthony Blair (Entertainer)

Contributors

Entertainer: Anthony Blair

: Dance Music

Fox-trot, "Fate"; Waltz, "Nights of Joy"; Fox-trot, "To-morrow"; Fox-trot, "Sister Kate".

: Anthony Blair

Contributors

Entertainer: Anthony Blair

: Close down

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Announcer: L. B. Page








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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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