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for Farmers and Shipping


Dorothy Ackroyd (soprano)
Eric Halstead (pianoforte)
Edmund Meadows (baritone)


Soprano: Dorothy Ackroyd
Pianoforte: Eric Halstead


' Don Juan ' by Richard Strauss dissected by F. H. Shera


Unknown: Don Juan
Unknown: Richard Strauss
Unknown: F. H. Shera


by the Monkgate Methodist
Church Choir
Organist and Choirmaster,
A. W. Sargent from the Monkgate Methodist
Church, York
The first broadcast by this choir on June 16 was followed by an unusually large number of appreciative letters from listeners in many parts of the country. The many who asked for more are likely to be well pleased if they listen to this York recital. The success of the choir at Monkgate Methodist Church is to a considerable extent a credit to the enthusiasm and initiative of the organist-choirmaster, A. W. Sargent , who is in charge this evening.


Choirmaster: A. W. Sargent
Organist-Choirmaster: A. W. Sargent

: Charlie Kunz in 'AFTER DINNER'

with The Three Semis
Violet Carson
Henry Reed
Johnny Rosen and his Four Chaps
Taylor Frame
Compere, Felix Deebank
New lyrics by Joyce Lustgarten
The programme arranged by David Porter
Cotton and Wheat Prices at 10.25


Unknown: Violet Carson
Unknown: Henry Reed
Unknown: Johnny Rosen
Unknown: Felix Deebank
Unknown: Joyce Lustgarten
Arranged By: David Porter


including Weather Forecast

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