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: The Rev. Pat McCormick, D.S.O.

When the late 'Dick' Sheppard resigned the living of St. Martin-in-the-Fields through ill-health in 1927, Pat' McCormick took on and succeeded in the difficult task of carrying on a fine tradition. He has given many 'sound' broadcasts, but his Christmas message to viewers today marks his first appearance in television.

Contributors

Speaker: The Rev. Pat McCormick

: Irene Prador in Viennese Songs, and Russell Swann

Contributors

Singer: Irene Prador
Magician: Russell Swann

: Charles Heslop in Comedy and Irene Prador in Viennese Songs

Contributors

Singer: Irene Prador
Comedian: Charles Heslop

: Mr. Gillie Potter

Contributors

Comedian: Gillie Potter

: Mr. Gillie Potter

Contributors

Comedian: Gillie Potter

: Alice in Wonderland

(Details as Tuesday, 9.30)

: Alice in Wonderland

by Lewis Carroll.
More O'Ferrall proved he could overcome the production difficulties of televising Alice's adventures as far back as last January, when a television version of "Through the Looking-Glass" was presented with great success. On April 29 and May 1 Alice, played by Ursula Hanray, was seen again, this time in an adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland", which is to be shown today with various alterations and additions.
(to 16.10)

Contributors

Author: Lewis Carroll
Production: George More O'Ferrall
Alice: Ursula Hanray
The March Hare: Walter Tobias
The Mad Hatter: Earle Grey
The King of Hearts: Fred O'Donovan
The White Rabbit: Alban Blakelock

: Music-Hall Cavalcade

(stars of yesterday and today), with George Mozart, Marie Kendall, Charles Lee, Daisy Dormer, Tom Leamore, Lizzie Collins, Sable Fern - and Talbot O'Farrell, Walter Williams, Emile Boreo.
The Orchestra under Musical Director Hyam Greenbaum.
(to 22.00)

Contributors

Musical Director: Hyam Greenbaum
Presentation: Harry Pringle
Performer: George Mozart
Comedian: Marie Kendall
Performer: Charles Lee
Singer: Daisy Dormer
Performer: Tom Leamore
Performer: Lizzie Collins
Performer: Sable Fern
Singer: Talbot O'Farrell
Performer: Walter Williams
Performer: Emile Boreo
Chairman: George Benson
The Old Couple: Una Venning
The Old Couple: Fewlass Llewellyn

: Music-Hall Cavalcade

(stars of yesterday and today), with George Mozart, Marie Kendall, Charles Lee, Daisy Dormer, Tom Leamore, Lizzie Collins, Sable Fern - and Talbot O'Farrell, Walter Williams, Emile Boreo.
The Orchestra under Musical Director Hyam Greenbaum.
(to 22.00)

Contributors

Musical Director: Hyam Greenbaum
Presentation: Harry Pringle
Performer: George Mozart
Comedian: Marie Kendall
Performer: Charles Lee
Singer: Daisy Dormer
Performer: Tom Leamore
Performer: Lizzie Collins
Performer: Sable Fern
Singer: Talbot O'Farrell
Performer: Walter Williams
Performer: Emile Boreo
Chairman: George Benson
The Old Couple: Una Venning
The Old Couple: Fewlass Llewellyn








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