By the Baird Process
ERIC STONE and CLÃ‰ONE STAFFORD (Dancers of distinction)
HAIG and HAIG (In high spirits)
MARJERY WYN (songs)
ERIC FAWCETT (songs)
MARITA CALVE (the dancer fro Seville)
SYDNEY JEROME'S QUINTET Sound will be radiated on 296.2 m.
A Recital by MAVIS BENNETT-LEVIN
It will be recalled that Mavis Bennett -Levin recently broadcast a recital of Jenny Lind songs, after making a special study of the life and work of the great singer.
An assortment of Weird Experiences told around the Fireside and Relayed from a Haunted House
The Programme arranged by WALTER PITCHFORD
Produced by OWEN REED
The scene of this unusual broadcast is a very old gabled house, once a moated grange, attached to a preceptory of Knights Templars. The company will include the host and hostess, and a party of five or six others. The ghost stories to be related and broadcast have all been vouched for by the persons who supplied them, and listeners will be able to judge their value as evidence. Mr. Pitchford, who has arranged the programme, is one of the best-known Midland broadcasters and writers for radio. He lives at Lamport in Northamptonshire, and compered the first of the Midland village broadcasts. Later, he was the narrator in the Midland ' Choir and Cloister ' series.
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