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A Running Commentary on the Rugby
League Challenge Cup Semi-Final Relayed from Headingly Football Ground, Leeds
(Copyright. See notice on page 40)

: The Children's Hour

(Midland Programme)

: The First News

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Northern
Announcements and Northern Sports Bulletin

: ' Pleasure on Parade'

(Northern Edition) including
JESSIE CRONE contralto-comedienne
BETH O'DARE soubrette
WALTER JONES entertainer
FRANK PARKER pianist-entertainer
BILLY Richards tenor
DOUGLAS LEONARD ventriloquist and entertainer
FRANK A. TERRY comedian and Jack MURRAY comedian
Arranged by FRANK A. TERRY


Contralto-Comedienne: Jessie Crone
Contralto-Comedienne: Beth O'Dare
Soprano: Beatrix Richards
Soprano: Walter Jones
Pianist-Entertainer: Frank Parker
Tenor: Billy Richards
Tenor: Douglas Leonard
Unknown: Frank A. Terry
Unknown: Jack Murray
Arranged By: Frank A. Terry
Produced By: Crawford McNair

: Zachariah Briggus

presents an old Yorkshireman's commentary on current events

: Cymanfa Ganu

A Selection of popular old Welsh Hymn
Tunes to commemorate the Bi
Centenary of Methodism in Wales Relayed from Mount Zion Welsh
Methodist Church, Princes Avenue,


Organist: Harold Jones
Conductor: Tom Carrington

: Anatomy of Music-8

Illustrated on the Gramophone by F. H. SHERA ,
Rossiter Hoyle Professor of Music in the University of Sheffield


Unknown: F. H. Shera
Unknown: Rossiter Hoyle

: Microphone Tour '

(second series)
'The Potter's Art'
Relayed from a famous Stafford
Pottery Works

: News Summary

Weather Forecast and News

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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