Webster Booth (tenor) Patricia Rossborough (pianoforte) My Favourites: introducing : Blue room. Smoke gets in your eyes. These foolish things. Just one more chance. There's a small hotel. Thanks for the memory Fred Hartley and his Quintet London Palladium Orchestra The London Philharmonic Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham, Bart.
The London Palladium Orchestra
Selection, The Vagabond King: introducing: Ballet. Nocturne. Only a Rose. Hughette Waltz
Rosy Barsony and Oskar Denes The New Mayfair Orchestra introducing: Over my shoulder. When you've got a little springtime. Twinkle, Twinkle. Dancing on the ceiling
11.0 Announcements and Singing
11.5 Book Talk:
' Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens
S. P. B Mais
11.25 Community Singing
11.35 World History: 'Richard and Blondel'
A dramatic interlude by Rhoda Power
11.50 Community Singing
The contemporary narrative of the Spanish Armada by Stephen Potter and Igor Vinogradoff
Cast and Norman Shelley , Ivan Samson , Cathleen Cordell , Harold Scott ,
Laidman Browne , and Bryan Powley
Production by Stephen Potter
The Spanish Ambassador:
Being another helping of this popular mixture of Variety and community singing with Leonard Henry John Rorke Gwen Lewis Sydney Burchall
Webster Booth and Betty Huntley-Wright in duets
The BBC Revue Chorus and the BBC Variety Orchestra
The show produced and conducted by Ernest Longstaffe
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