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: Henry Sherek's Chester Hale Girls

and Vera Haal, from the Dorchester Hotel.

Contributors

Dancers: Henry Sherek's Chester Hale Girls
Singer: Vera Haal

: In the Barber's Chair: No. 4

(Details as Monday, 9.0)

: The Coffin

A comedy in one act by John Taylor.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Writer: John Taylor
Production: Fred O'Donovan
Sam Hubble: Edgar K Bruce
Herbert Crabtree: Mark Daly
Will Endicott: Ivor Barnard
Lizzie Hubble: Olive Walter

: Coliseum Night

(By courtesy of Sir Oswald Stoll)
The first half of the current Variety programme including Paul Berny, Bertha Wilmott
Edgley and Dawe, Yvonne Arnaud
Televised direct from the London Coliseum
The first outside broadcast from the Coliseum took place on January 13 when Doorlay's Christmas Rocket was televised. It was so successful that the television mobile unit now pays a visit every month to the theatre to pick up an hour of the Variety programme. Three cameras are used, and close-ups bring the stage so near that the quality of the transmission is almost equal to that from the studio.

Contributors

Performer: Paul Berny
Singer: Bertha Wilmott
Singers/dancers: Edgley and Dawe
Performer: Yvonne Arnaud

: From the Tree

A programme designed to show three attitudes to wood-scientific, artistic, utilitarian.

The contributors will include Mary Field, Polly Hill Clarke, and Marjorie Abbatt

Contributors

Expert/speaker: Mary Field
Expert/speaker: Polly Hill Clarke
Expert/speaker: Marjorie Abbatt
Presentation: Mary Adams








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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.

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