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: 'AT THE SIGN OF THE DANCING BEAR'

A programme of gramophone records presented in the form of a Cabaret Entertainment by Robert Tredinnick

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Tredinnick

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: A Concert by WARWICKSHIRE ARTISTS

from the Pump Room, Leamington
Spa
Johan Hock (violoncello)
Eric Hope (pianoforte)
The Armstrong-Siddeley
Male Voice Choir
Conductor, Sydney Wisdom
CHOIR
The choir to be heard this evening was formed in 1919. Its successes include awards at Leamington, Loughborough, and Northampton. Sydney Wisdom was its conductor from 1919 to 1923, and was reappointed in 1931. He also conducts the Coventry Operatic Society.
Johan Hock , the cellist in this
Warwickshire programme, helped to form the Catterall Quartet, and conducts the Birmingham Philharmonic String Orchestra.
Eric Hope , the other soloist, comes from Leamington. He first broadcast in January, 1935.

Contributors

Unknown: Johan Hock
Pianoforte: Eric Hope
Unknown: Johan Hock
Unknown: Eric Hope

: MIDLAND PARLIAMENT

' Trades Unionism and Industry '
A round table discussion between Graham Cunningham , W. M. W. Thomas , The
Rt. Hon. Margaret Bondfield , and Harold Clay
In the Chair, Alderman S. J. Grey
All the speakers in this discussion have broadcast in ' Midland Parliament' before. Alderman Grey , a former Lord Mayor of Birmingham, presided at the conference on Broadcasting and Industry. Mr. Harold Clay is secretary of the Transport and General Workers' Union.

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Cunningham
Unknown: W. M. W. Thomas
Unknown: Rt. Hon. Margaret Bondfield
Unknown: Harold Clay
Unknown: Alderman Grey
Unknown: Mr. Harold Clay

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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