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: THE DAILY SERVICE

from page 109 of ' New Every Morning '

: A RECITAL

by Sylvia Cecil (soprano)
Murray Davies (bass-baritone)

Contributors

Soprano: Sylvia Cecil
Bass-Baritone: Murray Davies

: SCHUMANN

on gramophone records
Quintet in E flat, played by the Lener Quartet and Olga Loeser -
Lebert (pianoforte)

Contributors

Unknown: Olga Loeser

: VARIETY

Jack Hill syncopating pianist
Courtney Hope character studies

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Hill
Pianist: Courtney Hope

: JOSEPH SEAL

at the Organ of the Ritz Cinema,
Belfast

: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

England v. The West Indies
A commentary during play by Howard Marshall , from Kennington
Oval

Contributors

Play By: Howard Marshall

: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

A commentary during play and a summary of the morning's play, by Howard Marshall

Contributors

Play By: Howard Marshall

: AN ORGAN RECITAL

from the Concert Hall, Broadcasting
House by Guy Weitz

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Weitz

: HARRY DAVIDSONAND HIS ORCHESTRA

from the Sparrow's Nest Theatre,
Lowestoft

: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

A commentary during play, by Howard Marshall

Contributors

Play By: Howard Marshall

: The BBC Northern Ireland Singers

Conductor, James Denny
Oh, 'twas

Contributors

Conductor: James Denny

: RAIE DA COSTA

rhythm pianist
A programme of gramophone records

: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

A summary of the afternoon's play, by Howard Marshall

Contributors

Play By: Howard Marshall

: LLOYD THOMAS

at the Organ of the Granada,
Clapham Junction

: THE THIRD TEST MATCH

A commentary during play, by Howard Marshall

Contributors

Play By: Howard Marshall

: ARTHUR DULAYAND HIS CAMEO ORCHESTRA

(All the above items arranged by Arthur Dulay )

Contributors

Arranged By: Arthur Dulay

: Time Signal, Greenwith THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and ' The Business Outlook from
America'
H. B. Elliston
(From America)

: 'BOOKSHELF'

' Historical Novels'
Jane Oliver on ' Choosing a Title ' and Geoffrey Grigson

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Oliver
Unknown: Geoffrey Grigson

: THE BBC ORCHESTRA

(Section C)
Led by Laurance Turner
Conducted by Julius Harrison

Contributors

Unknown: Laurance Turner
Conducted By: Julius Harrison

: IS THAT THE LAW?'

' The Muzzled Horse '

: Edward Chapman in 'CHARING CROSS ROAD '

A show by Gladys and Clay Keyes , with music by Clay Keyes
Principal characters in order of introduction also stage hands, chorus girls, songpluggers, office boy, doctor, etc.
The BBC Variety Orchestra and A section of the BBC Revue Chorus
Conducted by Charles Shadwell
Orchestrations by Wally Wallond
Produced by Roy Speer
This successful musical play, which takes its title from the London haunt of actors, made its radio debut in November, 1934, and was filmed two years later. Gladys Keyes is Clay's wife, while Clay Keyes is none other than Haver, of Haver and Lee, the Fun Racketeers. Listeners have heard many other successful shows by Gladys and Clay, notably Rogues and Rhythm, broadcast in 1936. In the present revival
Gladys Keyes is to broadcast in the part of Meggie, created on the air by Bertha Willmott. Horace Percival is the only other representative of the original cast.
The theme song, ' Roadway of Romance ', was broadcast in ' Songs from the Radio Shows ', just before the original production of Charing Cross Road.
(To be repeated tomorrow: Regional,
9.0)

Contributors

Unknown: Clay Keyes
Music By: Clay Keyes
Conducted By: Charles Shadwell
Unknown: Wally Wallond
Produced By: Roy Speer
Unknown: Gladys Keyes
Unknown: Clay Keyes
Unknown: Gladys Keyes
Unknown: Bertha Willmott.
Unknown: Horace Percival
Charlie, a stage manager: Foster Carlin
E J Benny, a producer: Bernard Ansell
Tony, a young song-writer: David Croft
Pam, a chorus girl: Pamela Randell
MacWilliams, a vaudeville artist: Edward Chapman
Maisie, a chorus girl Sunday Wilshin Meggie: Gladys Keyes
Jack, a cabaret artist: Horace Percival
Bill, a comedian: Sidney Vivian
Vaudeville artists: Jimmy O'Donnell: Hugh French
Cherry O'Donnell: Patricia Leonard
Jerry Langdon, an agent: Horace Percival
Frankie, a song-plugger: Gerry Fitzgerald

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Forecast for Shipping

: 'SIESTA'

A short story written for broadcasting by R. C. Hutchinson , and read by the author

Contributors

Broadcasting By: R. C. Hutchinson

: A RECITAL

by George Roth (violoncello) and Franz Reizenstein (pianoforte)

Contributors

Unknown: George Roth
Pianoforte: Franz Reizenstein

: NIGHT TAXI'

Herbert Hodge

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Hodge

: OSCAR RABINand hisROMANY DANCE BAND

with Beryl Davis
Billy Nicholls
Harry Davis
Gary Gowan
The Romaniacs from the Palais de Danse,
Hammersmith

Contributors

Unknown: Beryl Davis
Unknown: Billy Nicholls
Unknown: Harry Davis
Unknown: Gary Gowan

: HAYDN

on gramophone records
Quartet, Op. 77, No. 1 played by the Pro Arte Quartet








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