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: Railway Demonstration

from the Alexandra Palace Station
The programme will be presented by Leslie Mitchell.

Since Monday the L.N.E.R. have given special demonstrations for children at Alexandra Palace Station. This outside broadcast takes advantage of it. The show lasts only until March 13, but later on it is hoped to present to viewers a further show to include the latest types of locomotives.
See article on page 3

Contributors

Presenter: Leslie Mitchell

: Russell Swann

Conjuror

Contributors

Conjuror: Russell Swann

: Lisa Minghetti (violin)

The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum

Only twenty-four years of age, Lisa Minghetti has already had a brilliant career. Her main studies were at the Akademie fur Musik in Vienna, her native city, where she studied under Jacques Thibaud and Carl Flesch. Since then she has appeared in almost every important musical centre in Europe. In London last year she played Max Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1, in G minor, at a Promenade Concert. This is Lisa Minghetti's third appearance at Alexandra Palace. Viewers will recall that she gave a recital last November and another on February 4.

Contributors

Violinist: Lisa Minghetti
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Boris Pecker
[Orchestra] conductor: Hyam Greenbaum

: Lisa Minghetti (violin)

and the BBC Television Orchestra
(Details as at 3.40)

Contributors

Violinist: Lisa Minghetti
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra

: Russell Swann

Conjuror

Contributors

Conjuror: Russell Swann








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