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: REGINALD NEW

At THE ORGAN of THE BEAUFORT CINEMA, from WASHWOOD HEATH, BIRMINGHAM

: The Children's Hour

' Cheese and the Hobbledchoys,' a Fairy Story, by GRETA
LEONARDT
Songs by Olive HIND
(Soprano)
THOMAS O'HARA and his Piano-Accordion
' Famous Bridges-Sydney Harbour and the Firth of Forth,' a Talk by VERNON BROOK

Contributors

Songs By: Olive Hind
Soprano: Thomas O'Hara
Talk By: Vernon Brook

: ' The First News'

WEATHER FORECAST, FIRST GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: Ernest Parsons and his Orchestra

From THE PALACE, ERDINGTON, BIRMING
HAM

Overture, Idomeneo - Mozart
Serenade, Harlequin's millions - Drigo
Foxtrot, My silent love - Suesse
Suite, Three Woodland Dances - Haines
Foxtrot, Singing in the moonlight - Pola
Fantasy, Cinderella - Eric Coates

: A Ballad Concert

MIRANDA SUGDEN (Soprano)
PERCY UNDERWOOD (Baritone) LILIAN NIBLETTE (Pianoforte)

Contributors

Baritone: Percy Underwood
Pianoforte: Lilian Niblette

: A BAND PROGRAMME

CHARLES GELLION
(Tenor)
THE WIGSTON TEMPERANCE
BAND
Conducted by CHARLES MOORE

Contributors

Conducted By: Charles Moore

: ' 'FULL TIDE'

A Play by JACK HEMMING

Contributors

Play By: Jack Hemming

: ' The Second News'

WEATHER FORECAST, SECOND GENERAL NEWS
BULLETIN

: LESLIE HEWARD, Conductor of the City of

Birmingham Orchestra : ' Tomorrow's Symphony
Concert'

: TELEVISION

Transmission by the Baird Process
(Vision, 2G1.3 m.; Sound, 398.9 m.)








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