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: The Heckmondwike Lecture

from the Upper Independent Chapel,
Heckmondwike
Hymn, I love Thy Kingdom, Lord
(Cong. H. 210)
Address bv the Rev. W. E. SANGSTER
Hymn, Sing we of the golden city
(Cong. H. 527)
Address by the Rev. Principal a. J.
PRICE
Hymn, Teach me, 0 Lord, Thy holy way (Cong. H. 100)
Benediction

Contributors

Unknown: Rev. W. E. Sangster

: THE LIGHTWEIGHT T.T. RACE

A Running Commentary by four commentators on the Lightweight International Auto-Cycle
Tourist Trophy Race from the Isle of Man
At the Grand Stand, GRAHAM WALKER and VICTOR SMYTHE
At Creg-ny-Baa, GEORGE A. ALLAN At the Hairpin Bend, JAMES Tovey

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Walker
Unknown: Victor Smythe
Unknown: George A. Allan
Unknown: James Tovey

: The Children's Hour

Your own ideas
A Quarter of an hour for the Tinies including
Pink Ponk's Reward a story by DONALD BRUCE , aged 14
' The Princess's Dream ' a poem by ADRINÉ MILLER, aged 9
' Adventure in Litania ' a play by MARIE BROOKSHANK , aged 15
'Pepper' a story by KENNETH DICKINSON , aged 13
' The Many Crusades ' a poem by ANTHONY CRITCHLEY , aged 12
Poems by THELMA SLEIGHTHOLME, aged 16

Contributors

Story By: Donald Bruce
Play By: Marie Brookshank
Story By: Kenneth Dickinson
Unknown: Anthony Critchley

: THE FIRST NEWS

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

: NELSON ELMS

at the Organ of the Ritz Cinema, Leeds

: A Violoncello Recital

by CLYDE TWELVETREES

Contributors

Unknown: Clyde Twelvetrees

: Isle of Man Night's Entertainment

including excerpts from
' MOONLIGHT REVELS OF 1936 ' presented by Norman Langford from the Coliseum, Douglas
The Four Revel Young Ladies (in taps and rhythm)
Doris Mayhew (soprano)
Zoe Wheeler (soubrette and entertainer)
Jack Royce (coon impressionist)
Alan Francis (baritone)
Kelvin Edwards (violin)
Alfred Taylor (light comedian and dancer)
Leon Wright and his Revel Melody
Boys
Tomio and Val (Japanese speciality)
George Harold (the shy fiddler)
Norman Langford (comedian and compere)
GEORGE TOOTELL at the Organ of the Regal Cinema, Douglas
'THE MARINA PLEASURE
PARADE' presented by Frank A. Terry from the Villa Marina, Douglas
Additional lyrics and music by Frank Parker , Wilcock and Rutherford, and Frank A. Terry
Connie Hobbs (soubrette and dancer)
Jessie Crone (comedienne) Dorothy Webber (soprano)
Jack Murray (comedian) Walter Jones (entertainer)
Douglas Leonard (ventriloquist)
Billy Richards (tenor)
Frank Parker (pianist-entertainer)
Joan and Joyce (in duets and dances)
Madame Helena Lehmiski 's
Young Ladies including, Eileen Arnold , Peggy Calvert , Beulah Thomas , Joan Taylor ,
Betty Taylor , and Pauline Field and Syd Mack 's Broadcasting Band
Dance Music by PHIL RICHARDSON
AND HIS BAND from the Villa Marina, Douglas

Contributors

Presented By: Norman Langford
Soprano: Doris Mayhew
Soprano: Zoe Wheeler
Unknown: Jack Royce
Baritone: Alan Francis
Violin: Kelvin Edwards
Violin: Alfred Taylor
Unknown: Leon Wright
Unknown: George Harold
Unknown: Norman Langford
Unknown: George Tootell
Presented By: Frank A. Terry
Music By: Frank Parker
Music By: Frank A. Terry
Unknown: Connie Hobbs
Unknown: Jessie Crone
Soprano: Jack Murray
Unknown: Walter Jones
Unknown: Douglas Leonard
Tenor: Billy Richards
Pianist-Entertainer: Frank Parker
Unknown: Madame Helena Lehmiski
Unknown: Eileen Arnold
Unknown: Peggy Calvert
Unknown: Beulah Thomas
Unknown: Joan Taylor
Unknown: Betty Taylor
Unknown: Pauline Field
Unknown: Syd MacK
Music By: Phil Richardson

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

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