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: Heraldry of Yesterday and Today

A talk by Archibald G.B. Russell, M.V.O., Lancaster Herald, with demonstrations.
(See article on page 3)

Contributors

Presenter: Archibald G.B. Russell
Presented by: Mary Adams

: Variety

The Six Singing Sisters The Celebrated Viennese Artists
The Griffith Brothers and Miss Lutie with their wonder horse Pogo
Carol Chilton and Maceo Thomas Tapping in Rhythm

The Six Singing Sisters are Austrian artists who are as beautiful as they are clever. Originally there were seven in the act.
The Griffith Brothers, Miss Lutie, and Pogo need little introduction. Pogo, of course, is a recalcitrant horse played by the Griffiths, and Miss Lutie is the trainer.
Carol Chilton and Maceo Thomas are clever coloured artists who, viewers will remember, appeared last year in a television cabaret programme.

Contributors

Singers: The Six Singing Sisters
Pogo the Wonder Horse: The Griffith Brothers
Performer: Miss Lutie
Dancer: Carol Chilton
Dancer: Maceo Thomas

: Heraldry of Yesterday and Today

A talk by Archibald G. B. Russell, M.V.O., Lancaster Herald with demonstrations.

Contributors

Presenter: Archibald G. B. Russell
Presented by: Mary Adams

: Looking Back

A Programme in Celebration of the Fifth Anniversary of The BBC Dance Orchestra. Directed by Henry Hall
With Molly, Marie and Mary, Elizabeth Scott, Vivienne Brooks, Dan Donovan, George Elrick, Bob Mallin, Bert Yarlett, Bert Read (solo piano), The Music Makers

Altogether Henry Hall has completed thirteen years of broadcasting, and this week the BBC Dance Orchestra begins its sixth year on the air. In this celebration programme Henry Hall will recall scenes and sounds of the past, and will present by special arrangement the first television performance of Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue".

Contributors

Musicians: The BBC Dance Orchestra
Orchestra directed by: Henry Hall
Singers: Molly, Marie and Mary
Singer: Elizabeth Scott
Singer: Vivienne Brooks
Singer: Dan Donovan
Singer: George Elrick
Singer: Bob Mallin
Singer: Bert Yarlett
Pianist: Bert Read
Musicians: The Music Makers








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