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: The Children's Hour

' Jumping to Conclusions ' a story by MARGARET DANGERFIELD
' Alice in Wonderland '
Songs by JACKO
Original Lyrics by Lewis Carroll Music by Tiomkin and Finston
STANLEY LOWE (violin)

Contributors

Story By: Margaret Dangerfield
Unknown: Lewis Carroll
Violin: Stanley Lowe

: Time Signal, Greemcich ' The First News'

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements and Midland Bulletin for Farmers

: THE B.B.C. MIDLAND ORCHESTRA

Leader, ALFRED CAVE
Conducted by LESLIE HEWARD

Contributors

Leader: Alfred Cave
Conducted By: Leslie Heward

: THE CRESWELL COLLIERY BAND

Conducted by DAVID ASPINALL
EDITH JAMES
(entertainer at the pianoforte)

Contributors

Conducted By: David Aspinall
Conducted By: Edith James

: ' The Centenary of Birmingham Market Hall'

Councillor PERCY SHURMER
The building of the Birmingham Market Hall was begun in 1833, and completed early in 1835. The actual centenary is on the 12th of this month. The building cost originally £ 73,266, and the old Street Commissioners, who had undertaken it, transferred the property in their powers to the Birmingham Corporation in 1851. The hall covers a floor space of over 4,300 square yards and contains one hundred and one stalls. Councillor Shurmer, who is to give the talk, entered Birmingham City Council in 1921. He is the present chairman of the Markets and Fairs Committee and has also presided over the Emigration Committee and the Old Age Pensions Committee.

Contributors

Unknown: Percy Shurmer

: EMILE LITTLER presents Scenes from Part 2 of Birmingham's All Star Pantomime ' Aladdin'

Relayed from the Stage of The Prince of Wales Theatre, Birmingham
Characters in order of appearance : Speciality Dancers VANDA and VLADIMIR
ARCHIE'S JUVENILE BAND OF EIGHTEEN THE THIRTY-TWO BRIGHTER GIRLS
Scenes
8. Widow Twankey's Laundry 9. A Royal Highway
10. The Courtyard of the Imperial
Palace
11. A Draughty Room in the Palace
12. On the way to Aladdin's new Home 13. The Garden of Aladdin's Palace 14. Abanazar's Retreat in Africa 15. The Willow Plate
16. The Willow Pattern Palace
Pantomime written, produced, and presented by EMILE LITTLER
Music by Guy JONES
THE ORCHESTRA under the direction of ARTHUR TINDLEY

Contributors

Presented By: Emile Littler
Music By: Guy Jones
Bob-Hi Chinese policeman: Collinson Dean
Bend-Lo Chinese policeman: Collinson Dean
Widow Twankey, Aladdin's mother: Davy Burnaby
Wishee-Washee, Twankey's laundry man: Kevan Bernard
The Emperor of China: Henry Lytton
Prince Pekoe: Esme Neville
Abanazar, a wandering magician: Stanley Holloway
Aladdin: Cora Goffin
Sing-So, maid to the Princess: Betty Parish
Princess Badroulbadour, the Emperor's daughter: Diana du Cane
Abu' Kazan, Slave of the Lamp: Henry Fielding
Moonshine, principal dancer and Fairy of the Ring: Marjorie Kirby

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News








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