A Black-Faced Minstrel Show
Devised and Produced by HARRY S. PEPPER
Bones, Tambourines, Corner Men, Crack Banjo Team, Stump Speech,
Old and New Melodies
SCOTT AND WHALEY
C. DENIER WARREN
THE KENTUCKY BANJO TEAM: Joe Morley; Dick Pepper ;
At the Pianos,
HARRY S . PEPPER and DORIS ARNOLD
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA and MALE VOICE CHORUS, conducted by LESLIE WOODGATE
Orchestral Arrangements by Wally Wallond
Music arranged by Doris Arnold
Book Written and Remembered by C. DENIER WARREN
The Kentucky Minstrels broadcast in the National programme last night
A Running Commentary on the last period of one of the Semi-finals of the Ice-Hockey, by R. T. BOWMAN
Relayed from Garmisch Partenkirchen
(Copyright. See notice on page 69)
Two semi-finals are to be played at Garmisch today, one at 3.15 this afternoon, the second tonight. Listeners are to hear a running commentary by R. T. Bowman of the last period of this second match. There are three periods in an ice-hockey match. Teams change sides after the first twenty minutes, and again after the second twenty minutes, making two periods ; in the third period teams change sides after ten minutes' play. The final is to be played tomorrow and will decide which country can claim the greatest ice-hockey team in the world. Bowman is a Canadian and himself a player of some repute. He has refereed ice-hockey matches in this country and has given all the commentaries and eye-witness accounts that have been broadcast by the BBC.
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