A Concert by Lancashire Artists
Arranged by Arthur Spencer
Among those taking part in this programme will be sixteen-year-old. Mollie Wilkinson , a soprano from Ardwick, Manchester, whose voice has already gained her many prizes. She has been a soloist at a Manchester School Concert at the Free Trade Hall. This is her first broadcast. A Delph (near Oldham) calico printer, J. B. Croft , a bass-baritone, is another soloist who makes a radio debut. Young singers of the Eccles and District Co-operative Junior Choir will also be heard on the air for the first time. The Leyland Motor Works Choir is to sing again, and the Liverpool district is contributing the Orrell Mandoliers, a band of twenty-four players which began in 1932.
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