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: 'DANCING HERE AND THERE '

Charlie Steel and his Music with Molly Morelle
(From Leeds) and Mrs. Wilf Hamer and her Band with Dennis Bland from the Grafton Rooms, Liverpool

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Steel
Unknown: Molly Morelle
Unknown: Mrs. Wilf Hamer
Unknown: Dennis Bland

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE HUDDERSFIELD TZIGANE BAND

Directed by Harry Andrews

Contributors

Directed By: Harry Andrews

: ' D'YE KEN JOHN PEEL ? '

A programme in honour of the famous huntsman compiled by William MacLurg
Acted and sung by The Keswick Mountain Singers introduced by Harry Lamb of Caldbeck
Broadcast from Kendal
John Peel , the most famous huntsman probably of all time, hunted his hounds in Cumberland, and is buried in Caldbeck, a village half-way between Carlisle and Keswick. It is thus appropriate that a Caldbeck man, Harry Lamb , should introduce the programme, and that the broadcast itself should come from Kendal, a day's ride from John Peel 's own country.

Contributors

Unknown: William MacLurg
Introduced By: Harry Lamb
Unknown: John Peel
Unknown: Harry Lamb
Unknown: John Peel

: ARTHUR WOOD

conducts
The BBC
Northern Orchestra
Leader, Alfred Barker in a programme of his own works
March, Royal Progress
Yorkshire Rhapsody, Barnsley Fair Lancashire Clog Dance Suite, My Native Heath
1 Knaresboro' Status (Hiring Fair). 2 Ilkley Tarn. 3 Bolton Abbey. 4 Barwick Green (Maypole Dance)
Waltz, Coquetterie
Irish Suite, The Widow Malone
1 The Widow Malone. 2 Irish Love Song. 3 Jig
Three More Dale Dances
1 Nidderdale. 2 Airedale. 3 Wharfedale

Contributors

Leader: Alfred Barker

: Northern Music-Hall VARIETY

from
THE PALACE THEATRE,
BLACKPOOL

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS
Cotton and Wheat Prices at 10.25








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