Directed by Frank Cantell
Spanish March, Amparito Roca Texidor Overture, La Sorrentina... Salvaradorez Waltz , Moonlight on the Rhine... Krome Tango, Lil'Elizabeth....Rosen, arr. Mohr Polonaise. ....Chopin, arr. Arthur Wood
Relayed from The Savoy Hotel
West and North Regionals come into the programme given by the Northern Studio Orchestra at 15.25. From 15.65 to
15.25 they radiate the West Regional Schools transmission. (Details on page
Adapted by LAURENCE GILLIAM
Narrator, ROBERT SPEAIGHT
Other parts played by EDWARD CRAVEN , GEOFFREY WINCOTT , THEODORE SMYTHE and DOUGLAS Ross
Musical Effects specially composed by ROBERT CHIGNELL
THE THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by KNEALE KELLEY
The action takes place in the bar of the Long Dragon ; in Mr. Fotheringay's lodgings ; in the office of Messrs Gomshott and Sons; in the lane behind the gasworks ; and between
Earth and Heaven
Production by LAURENCE GILLIAM
(This play will be broadcast again in the National programme tomorrow night)
George McWhirter Fotheringay:
The Rev T Maydig:
P C Winch:
BERT COPLEY (Compere) with BERTIE and DAVID KIDD .
Entertainers at the Piano
In Light Songs
The Boy Xylophonist
NIXON and MORRISON
In Canadian Capers
ORCHESTRA under the direction of KNEALE KELLEY
THIS BILL is composed of artists who did well in the winter in Tea Mixture programmes, hence the title.
Bertie and David Kidd are both still in their teens, and write their own numbers. Teddy Williams is the well-known concert-party artist who appeared in Seven Days' Sunshine.
Kitty Masters will give some more of her light songs and Charlie Steward will play new tunes on the xylophone. It is difficult to believe that he is only fourteen. Doris Palmer has appeared at all the principal London concerts, and has played most parts from soubrettes to the Dame in pantomime. Nixon and Morrison will again provide laughs with their cross ta!k patter.
The programme is to be compered by Bert Copley , who was compere for a a year in the North Regional popular
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