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: St. Patrick's Day Irish Dances

by Liam Cuffe and Mary Hogan
Accompanied by Leo Rowsome, Pipes


Dancer: Liam Cuffe
Dancer: Mary Hogan
Piper: Leo Rowsome

: The Radio Three: Close Harmony Songs

This is the first appearance at Alexandra Palace of this charming trio. It is composed of Ann Canning, Joy Worth, and Kay Cavendish, who is the pianist. These three girls formed this combination in 1934 especially for broadcasting. Some time ago they toured all over the country with Lew Stone's band and more recently they sang with Sam Browne.


Singer: Ann Canning
Singer: Joy Worth
Singer/Pianist: Kay Cavendish

: Picture Page (Thirty-Seventh Edition)

A Magazine Programme of Topical and General Interest.


Devised, edited and produced by: Cecil Madden
The Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller

: Maria Luth

in Songs


Singer: Maria Luth

: The Selma Four

in their Musical Speciality


Musicians: The Selma Four

: Picture Page (Thirty-Eighth Edition)

A Magazine Programme of Topical and General Interest.


Devised, edited and produced by: Cecil Madden
Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller

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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.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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