' The Brownie who Lived in a Cupboard ', a story by MARJORIE GIBSON
DRUSILLA COLDICUTT (siffleuse)
'Old Bornidle', a story of the Rockies by H. MORTIMER
BATTEN, told by FRANCIS Fox
Mr. Mortimer Batten, the well-known writer of animal stories, is a regular contributor to THE RADIO TIMES. Mr. Fox has broadcast frequently. He graduated in mining at Birmingham University and then went out to the Goldfields in Ashanti. He has given a talk on his experiences there, has read poetry, and has contributed to the ' Signposts' series in the evening programme.
' Capri and The Blue Grotto', a talk about Italy by ESTELLE STEEL-
(Smiles and Songs)
Devised and produced by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
Commered by YVETTE DARNAC
Amplified by HlLDEGARDE direct from the Hotel d'Iena, Paris
EDWIN LAWRENCE the genial raconteur
ANITA LOWE singer of ' pep ' rhythms
PAT O'BRIEN the Irish street singer
MOLLY AND JOHNNY the scandal mongers
YVETTE DARNAC the chic Parisienne
THE B B C VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by ERNEST LONGSTAFFE
JACK McCORMICK AND HIS
This dance band, now at the West End, Birmingham, was formerly for three years at the Rialto, Liverpool. It has broadcast both in the Northern and Midland programmes. Jack McCormick learned to play the fiddle at fourteen and had his first dance band experience at sixteen. He then made himself proficient on the saxophone. Before going to Liverpool he played in the L.M.S. Hotels for Henry Hall , who was then the music director.
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