Mr. REYNOLD BRAY :
' Buy a Reindeer'
When buying a reindeer one must be careful.
The first one Mr. Bray bought died on him, figuratively speaking, so he had to buy two more. He eventually abandoned these, too, and with a friend, pulled his sleigh across Lapland last year. Russia via Lapland is not a widely-advertised route, and enterprising holiday-makers who are curious about it will find Mr. Bray a stimulating guide.
A Nigger Minstrel Show
Tambourines Corner Men
Crack Banjo Team
Old and New Melodies
Broadcasting's own ' cork-team ' on the air again. ' Banjo ' and ' Sambo ' are bursting with new jokes, the Banjo Team longing to play their new tunes. ' The Kentucky Minstrels ' scored a big hit last January with their first broadcast. They present a modernised entertainment that has all the vigour, humour, and melody
that made the minstrels of fifty years ago such firm' popular favourites.
Mr. JAMES AGATE : ' Miss Fay Compton'
Playgoers who saw Fay Compton in John Barrymore 's production of Hamlet at the Haymarket in 1925, say they saw the best, most beautiful Ophelia of our time. Mr. James Agate , who has probably seen more Ophelias than any other living man, may be too tactful to express an opinion. But listeners who hear Miss Compton in two famous extracts from Hamlet tonight, may be certain they are hearing the only living actress who can play Ophelia and Principal Boy in pantomime with equal success. (The extracts used were made by means of gramophone records)
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