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: CRANE'S MATINEE CONCERT.

Relayed from Crane Hall. THE M'CULLAGH STRING QUARTET: ISABEL M'CULLAGH (1st Violin) ; GERTRUDE NEWSHAM (2nd Violin); HELEN RAWDON BRIGGS (Viola); MARY M'CULLAGH ('Cello)

Contributors

Unknown: Crane Hall.
Violin: Helen Rawdon Briggs

: AFTERNOON Topics

ADA BOYLAND, 'In the Harem of a Sheikh '

: DANCE Music

THE PICCADILLIANS DANCE
ORCHESTRA, directed by JULIAN VEDEY , relayed from the Edinburgh Cafe Ballroom

Contributors

Directed By: Julian Vedey

: DANCE MUSIC

THE PICCADILLIANS DANCE
ORCHESTRA, direeted by JULIAN VEDEY , relayed from the Edinburgh Cafe Ballroom

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Vedey

: 'SMITHFIELD PRESERVED' or ' THE DIVILL A VEGETARIAN '

An Elizabethan Burlesque by Ivor Brown Presented by EDWARD P. GENN
Played by THE LIVERPOOL RADIO PLAYERS Cast :
Incidental Music arranged by the Producer
THIS brilliant satire of the Restoration drama was originally written by Ivor Brown , the distinguished dramatic critic, for a fete in aid of the Butchers' Charitable Institution. It met with such immediate success that it formed the principal attraction at the Actors' Garden Party last year, when it was played entirely by dramatic critics.

Contributors

Unknown: Ivor Brown
Written By: Ivor Brown

: SOME OPERATIC FAVOURITES

THE STATION OCTET: Leader, FREDERICK BROWN

Contributors

Leader: Frederick Brown








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