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: Hammomd's Cafe Trio

under the Direction of R. W. Dove.

: Field's Octagon Quartet

under the Direction of J. H. Rodgers.

: Powolny's Restaurant Bijou Orchestra

under the Direction of Edward Stubbs.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: Mr. E. CAREY RIGGALL

"Motor Cycling-After Dark."

: VARIETY.

SIDNEY RONALD (Bauitone).

: MIRA JOHNSON and FERGUSON RAWLINS

Present
The One Act Play,
" A Marriage has been Arranged."
(Alfred Sutro ).
Cast :
Mind Picture : The scene is laid in the conservatory of No. 300, Grosvenor Square. A ball is in progress, and dreamy waltz music can be heard in the distance. Lady Aline de Vaux enters, leaning on the arm of her companion, Harrison Crockstead.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Sutro
Unknown: Lady Aline de Vaux
Unknown: Harrison Crockstead.

: HERBERT LEEMING

(Entertainer).

: MIRA JOHNSON and FERGUSON RAWLINS

Present
The One-Act Comedy,
" The Ninth Waltz "
(Carton).
Cast :
Mind Picture: The scene is an ante-room, adjoining the ball-room of Lady Brabazon's house in Mayfair. Florence enters, examining her dress, which has been torn by a clumsy partner.

: ERNEST WILLIS.

Old Favourites.

: Programme

S.B. from
London.








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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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