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: National Programme

Between 12.15 p.m. and 3.15 p.m. programmes will be interrupted for
Running Commentaries on The London to the Isle of Man
Air Race
Commentators
At Speke Aerodrome, E. C. BROWN In the air between St. Bees Head and Douglas Bay, a passenger in one of the aeroplanes taking part in the race (By co-oberation with West Coast Air Services
Ltd.)
At Douglas Bay (the finish), Captain R. H. STOCKEN and VICTOR SMYTHE
At Ronaldsway Aerodrome,
JAMES Tovey

Contributors

Unknown: E. C. Brown
Unknown: R. H. Stocken
Unknown: Victor Smythe
Unknown: James Tovey

: The Children's Hour

Storybook Suite—1
' The Pond Episode ' told with songs and music by HENRY REED

Contributors

Music By: Henry Reed

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast, followed by Northern Announcements

: A Recital by Juvenile Artists

AGNES STEPHENS (violin)
JOAN STIRRUP (soprano)

: Sport this Afternoon

Two Eye-Witness Accounts
1. Cricket-Yorkshire v.
Lancashire by A. E. LAWTON
(From Leeds)
2. The Co-operative Employees' National Athletic Championship by R. J. C. BUTLER

Contributors

Unknown: A. E. Lawton

: Dance Music and Variety from Douglas, Isle of Man

DOUG. SWALLOW AND HIS
BAND from the Palace Ballroom
'Moonlight Revels of 1936' Presented by NORMAN LANGFORD
THE FOUR REVEL YOUNG LADIES
(In taps and rhythm)
DORIS MAYHEW (soprano)
ZOE WHEELER (soubrette andienrertainer) JACK Royce (the coon impressionist)
ALAN FRANCIS (baritone)
KELVIN EDWARDS (solo violin)
ALFRED TAYLOR (comedian and dancer)
LEON WRIGHT and his REVEL MELODY
Boys
MORMAN LANGFORD (comedian and compere) from the Coliseum
DOUG SWALLOW AND HIS
BAND
(continued) from the Palace Ballroom

Contributors

Presented By: Norman Langford
Soprano: Doris Mayhew
Soprano: Zoe Wheeler
Andienrertainer==>: Jack Royce
Baritone: Alan Francis
Baritone: Kelvin Edwards
Violin: Alfred Taylor
Unknown: Leon Wright

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News'

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News








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