with Olive Bailey from the Palace Hotel, Buxton
The Lyrians have been playing at the Palace Hotel for the past nine years—an engagement broken only by summer visits to France to fulfil short engagements at Le Touquet. Besides previous broadcasts with the band as a whole, several of its players are fairly regular visitors to the microphone as members of the Alan Holmes Swing Sextet, with which Olive Bailey , the crooner, has also broadcast. Fred Bullock , leader of the Lyrians, is well known as a saxophone soloist.
Presented by Ernest Binns with Harry Korris
Moray Sisters from the South Pier, Blackpool
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