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Tim. Signal, Greenwich, at 10.30

: The Children's Hour

' The Witch of Moor Ledge ' a historical play about Derby by EDWARD KAULFUSS
' The Imprisoned Mermaid ', a story by JANET GEMMILL


Unknown: Edward Kaulfuss
Story By: Janet Gemmill

: The First News

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

: 'New Country '

' Cyclists' Special'
' Sherwood and the Dukeries '

: ' Beside the Seaside '

A Midland Visit to Morecambe for a Morecambe Night's
Entertainment including
THE ARCADIAN FOLLIES under the direction of Ernest Binns
David Morris (vocalist)
Beryl Churchill (soprano)
H. Mitchell-Craig (entertainer)
Molly Heaton (soubrette and dancer)
Benny Bennet
(light comedian and dancer)
Lucille St. John (soprano)
Flintoff Moore (operatic baritone)
Bobby Mack (pianoforte)
Albert Modley (comedian)
Jim Fitz (comedian drummer)
Sylvia Deene (comedienne) from the Arcadian Pavilion
A VARIETY ACT from the Winter Gardens
Mark Sheridan (comedian)
Elva Ledson (comedienne)
Howard Heeley (tenor)
Hazell Matthews (mezzo-soprano)
Joe Ring (comedian)
Arthur King (pianoforte)
Hilda Heath
(soubrette and child impressionist)
Three Aristocrats
(entertainers and instrumentalists)
The Varsity Four (dancers)
Hurley Sisters (songs, smiles, and steps)
Produced by Mark Sheridan from the Palace Theatre


Unknown: Ernest Binns
Unknown: David Morris
Soprano: Beryl Churchill
Soprano: H. Mitchell-Craig
Unknown: Molly Heaton
Unknown: Benny Bennet
Soprano: Flintoff Moore
Pianoforte: Bobby MacK
Pianoforte: Albert Modley
Unknown: Jim Fitz
Unknown: Sylvia Deene
Unknown: Mark Sheridan
Unknown: Elva Ledson
Tenor: Howard Heeley
Mezzo-Soprano: Hazell Matthews
Pianoforte: Hilda Heath
Produced By: Mark Sheridan


Weather Forecast and News
, at 10.30


Weather Forecast and News

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