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: The Children's Hour

Me and my Butty
-our first visit to the BBC
A humorous interlude by Tom JONES and W. P. THOMAS
' Three Girls of Kentucky' a story of the Red Indians, by Dorothea Yorke , told by SUSAN, with some
Incidental Music
Pianoforte solos by EVELYN

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Jones
Unknown: W. P. Thomas
Unknown: Dorothea Yorke

: THE FIRST NEWS

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Western Announcements

: THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Leader, FRANK THOMAS
BESSIE JONES (soprano)

Contributors

Leader: Frank Thomas
Soprano: Bessie Jones

: Microphone Bows

A programme of newcomers
Relayed from
The Barnfield Hall, Exeter
In the Chair:
THE MAYOR OF EXETER
(Alderman J. W. Ackroyd)
Compere, JAN STEWER
Early this year a ' drive ' in search of talent was made in the Exeter district. Some of the discoveries were heard when the microphone visited Exeter in the You Pays your Money' series. Tonight the remainder are to broadcast. The Mayor has issued invitations and will preside. Jan Stewer , whose delightful Devonshire humour is known all over the country, will introduce the artists.

Contributors

Unknown: Jan Stewer
Unknown: Jan Stewer

: THE ST. DENNIS SILVER BAND

Conductor, C. H. BAKER
Relayed from
The Foster Hall, Bodmin
St. Dennis Silver Band took second place in the Championship at the West of England Bandsmen's Festival at Bugle this year. Thirteen bands competed. The St. Dennis Silver Band won the Cornish Championship Trophy. The West of England Bands-men's Festival is considered to he outstanding amongst village band contests in Great Britain, and competitors come from the North of England and London as well as from all parts of the West Country.

Contributors

Conductor: C. H. Baker

: NEWS SUMMARY

Weather Forecast and News

: DANCE MUSIC

(Regional Programme. See page 27)








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