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: An Instrumental Concert

VIOLET PCSEY (Violin)
ALICE ELIESON (Violoncello)
JESSIE BRISTOL (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Violin: Alice Elieson
Pianoforte: Jessie Bristol

: REGINALD NEW

At THE ORGAN of THE BEAUFORT CINEMA
Relayed from WASHWOOD HEATH, BIRMINGHAM
(From Midland Regional)

: The Midland Studio Orchestra

Directed by Frank Cantell
(From Midland Regional)

Contributors

Directed By: Frank Cantell

: CLIVE ERARD and his BAND

Relayed from THE AMATEUR DANCERS' CLUB

: ' The First News '

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN.

: The Chalk Farm Salvation Army Band

BANDMASTER, A. W. PUNCHARD
ALICE LILLEY (Soprano)
FREDERIC GREGORY (Baritone)

Contributors

Unknown: A. W. Punchard
Soprano: Alice Lilley

: Vaudeville

THE WEEKLY THEATRICAL CARTOON
Leslie Henson
Impressionist, LAWRENCE ANDERSON
Written by HERBERT FARJEON
MABEL CONSTANDUROS
'Boating on the River'
MABEL MARKS
Will entertain at the Piano
BOB and ALF PEARSON
Syncopated Duets \
TOMMY HANDLEY
Comedian
HAROLD WARRENDER
Assisted by NANCY SCOTT and ERIC ANDERSON will present
THE ANCHOR MYSTERY
A Wireless Charade with six clues by Frank Wells The clues of this charade will be presented throughout the programme. and, in order to give listeners an opportunity of solving the problem for themselves, the result will be announced during the Vaudeville Programme to be broadcast on March 26 on the National wavelength
THE COSSACK ENSEMBLE
Under the direction of WLADIMAR ZAALOFF
(by permission of the Hotel Splendide) will sing and play throughout the programme

Contributors

Unknown: Leslie Henson
Unknown: Lawrence Anderson
Written By: Herbert Farjeon
Written By: Mabel Constanduros
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Harold Warrender
Assisted By: Nancy Scott
Assisted By: Eric Anderson
Unknown: Frank Wells

: 'The Mastersingers of Nuremberg'

(Wagner)
Performed by THE COVENT GARDEN OPERA CO.
Relayed from THE HIPPODROME, BRIGHTON
ACT III. Scene I
Inside Sachs' House
ACT III. Scene 2
The Festival Meadow
Cast of Characters :
. Chorus of Apprentices, Citizens. etc.
Conductor, JOHN BARBIROLLI
(Note o?t page 686)

Contributors

Conductor: John Barbirolli
Hans Sachs (a shoemaker): Arthur Fear
Veit Pogner (a goldsmith): Philip Bertram
Kunz Vogelgesang: Roy Devereux
Konrad Nachtigall: Richard Watson
Sixtus Beckmesser-(Town Clerk): William Michael
Fritz Kothner: Frank Sale
Balthazar Zorn: H Spencer Grundy
Ulrich Eisslinger: Martin Quinn
Augustin Moser: Liddell Peddieson
Hermann Ortel: Leslie Horsman
Hans Schwartz: Norman Roe
Hans Foltz: Wilfred Birchall
Walther Von Stolzing: Edward Leer
David (Sach'e apprentice): Heddle Nash
Eva (Pogner's daughter): Thea Phillips
Magdalene: Constance Wiliis

: DANCE MUSIC

(Preceded by important News, if any)
HENRY HALL and his GLENEAGLES HOTEL BAND, from THE MIDLAND HOTEL, MANCHESTER

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Hall








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