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: The Children's Hour

Out with the Romany

: The First News

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

: The Marleys of Tyneside

A Tyneside Chronicle by WALTER DIERICX
Presented by SAL STURGEON
' Bandsman Marley and Drummer
Baxter '
(From Newcastle)

Contributors

Presented By: Sal Sturgeon
Presented By: Bandsman Marley

: HORACE FINCH

At the Organ of The Empress Ballroom,
Blackpool

: THE BBC DANCE ORCHESTRA

Directed by HENRY HALL
(From Regional)

Contributors

Directed By: Henry Hall

: 'Around the Pantos'

Visits to a few of the leading Northern
Pantomimes prior to production
Devised and arranged by VICTOR SMYTHE in conjunction with George Black , Francis Laidler , and Tom Arnold (G.T.C., Yorkshire Theatres, Ltd., Julian Wylie Produc tions, Ltd.)
' Jack and the Beanstalk' at the Palace Theatre, Manchester
(From Box Office to Production) introducing
ORIEL Ross (Principal Boy)
VICTORIA HOPPER (Principal Girl)
G. S. MELVIN
BILLY DANVERS
' Mother Goose' at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool
(Tom Arnold , producer, tells a story with illustrations) introducing
GEORGE FORMBY
GEORGE LACY
ANNE ZIEGLER (Principal Boy)
MOLLY FISHER
' Red Riding Hood' at the Theatre Royal, Leeds
(Francis Laidler at rehearsal) introducing
GWLADYS STANLEY (Principal Boy)
FRED WALMSLEY
Roy BARBOUR
BARBARA WOOD
'Cinderella' at The Empire Theatre, Newcastle
(GEORDiEMARLEYina Tyneside Episode) introducing
FRANK E. FRANKS
AUDREY ACLAND
HELENE COONEY
BETTY TURNBULL
'Mother Goose' at The Prince's Theatre, Manchester
(' All ready for the Night') introducing
CONNIE GRAHAM
MYRTLE STEWART (Principal Boy)
ALBERT 'MODLEY
'Radio Fairy Queen'
MAY KING
Lyrics specially written by FRANK A. TERRY

Contributors

Arranged By: Victor Smythe
Unknown: George Black
Unknown: Francis Laidler
Unknown: Tom Arnold
Unknown: Julian Wylie Produc
Unknown: Oriel Ross
Unknown: G. S. Melvin
Unknown: Tom Arnold
Unknown: George Formby
Unknown: George Lacy
Unknown: Anne Ziegler
Unknown: Molly Fisher
Unknown: Francis Laidler
Unknown: Fred Walmsley
Unknown: Roy Barbour
Unknown: Frank E. Franks
Unknown: Audrey Acland
Unknown: Helene Cooney
Unknown: Betty Turnbull
Written By: Frank A. Terry

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News
DANCE MUSIC
(From Regional)








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