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: The Children's Hour

' A Highwayman for a Wager'
A play by KENNETH LESLIE WALL
PAUL at the pianoforte

Contributors

Play By: Kenneth Leslie Wall

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: JAMES SWIFT

At the Organ of the Paramount Theatre,
Leeds

Selection, Rose Marie - Friml and Stothart
Serenata - Toselli
Tunes from The Big Broadcast of 1936 Spanish Gypsy Dance - Marquina
Dance of the Hours (La Gioconda) - Ponchielli

: DANCE MUSIC

SIMONE AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Relayed from
The Hotel Majestic, Harrogate

: Northern Concert Hall '

THE RODEWALD'S SOCIETY'S
CONCERT
Relayed from India Buildings, Liverpool
THE CATTERALL STRING
QUARTET:
Arthur Catterall (1st violin) ; Laurance Turner (2nd violin) ; Bernard Shore (viola); Cedric Sharp (violoncello)

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Catterall
Violin: Laurance Turner
Violin: Bernard Shore
Viola: Cedric Sharp

: ' Northern Cockpit'

5—' The Rush Hour '
The problem of transferring large masses of men and women to and from their work every day in the industrial cities is a complicated one. W. Vane Morland , Transport Manager of the city of Leeds, and H. C. Godsmark , Transport Manager of Huddersfield, will speak tonight as officials on the merits of trams, buses, and trolley cars.
P. C. Lorriman , of the Leeds City
Police Force, will open the programme with a description of the rush hour in a big city, as seen by the man who controls the traffic. Various members of the public will then give their views as to the most satisfactory method of transport.
Annie M. Wood will speak in favour of trams, Blanche Horsneld of buses, I. H. Bate of trains. W. R. Hall will explain why, as a motorist, he does not use his motor daily, and Donald Boyd will try to convince the public that a bicycle is the only proper means of transport.

Contributors

Unknown: Vane Morland
Unknown: H. C. Godsmark
Unknown: C. Lorriman
Unknown: Annie M. Wood
Unknown: Blanche Horsneld
Unknown: I. H. Bate
Unknown: W. R. Hall
Unknown: Donald Boyd

: The Leeds Banjo, Mandoline, and Guitar Orchestra

Conductor, JOHN HICKES

Contributors

Conductor: John Hickes

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News
DANCE MUSIC
(From Regional)








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