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: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: ' SLUM CLEARANCE IN BURBLETON'

A third dramatic chapter in the history of the imaginary borough
Written by T. Thompson
See the article about Burblelon on page 13

Contributors

Written By: T. Thompson

: Northern Music-Hall Variety

from the Grand Theatre, Blackburn

Blackburn's Grand Theatre has been the source of many broadcasts, and can always be relied on for a good show. It is not so long ago that the old theatre in Jubilee Street started on a new career of non-stop Variety, after the threat of closing had been averted by some enthusiastic local people. The theatre was re-decorated and equipped with new lighting apparatus, and had the distinction of a civic re-opening by the Mayor of Blackburn.

: NEWS SUMMARY

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

: JOE LOSS AND HIS BAND

with BETTY DALE
MONTE REY
CHICK HENDERSON
THE Loss CHORDS from the Astoria Dance Salon
(Regional Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Dale
Unknown: Monte Rey
Unknown: Chick Henderson

: Gramophone Records Excerpts from Wagner's opera 'DIE MEISTERSINGER'

Friedrich Schorr (baritone) :
Jerum ! Jerum ! (Cobbling Song)
Elisabeth Rethberg (soprano), and Friedrich Schorr (baritone): Sieh' Ev'chen ! Dacht' ich doch
Elisabeth Schumann (soprano),
Lauritz Melchior (tenor), Friedrich Schorr (baritone), Gladys Parr (contralto), Ben Williams (tenor): Quintet, Selig, wie die Sonne meines Gliickes

Contributors

Baritone: Friedrich Schorr
Soprano: Elisabeth Rethberg
Baritone: Friedrich Schorr
Soprano: Elisabeth Schumann
Tenor: Lauritz Melchior
Tenor: Friedrich Schorr
Baritone: Gladys Parr
Tenor: Ben Williams

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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