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A Concert Party
Presented by Will Seymour from the Pier, Boscombe
The cast includes
Nan Kenway (comedienne)
Douglas Young (character artist)
Kay Lomas (soprano)
Patrick Colbert (bass-baritone)
Sheila Ritte (soubrette)
Eddy Bancroft (entertainer)
Jan Ramsden (violin)
Leo Conriche (entertainer at the piano)
Will Seymour (comedian)
DANCING to Sim Grossman and his Dance Band from the Pavilion Ballroom,
VARIETY presented by Ivan Kotchinsky from the Pavilion, Bournemouth
This includes
Renee Houston and Donald Stewart
Mabel Constanduros in another ' Buggins ' episode and The Savoy Junior Band
Directed by Stanley Rawlings


Presented By: Will Seymour
Unknown: Nan Kenway
Unknown: Douglas Young
Soprano: Kay Lomas
Bass-Baritone: Patrick Colbert
Bass-Baritone: Sheila Ritte
Unknown: Eddy Bancroft
Violin: Jan Ramsden
Violin: Leo Conriche
Unknown: Sim Grossman
Presented By: Ivan Kotchinsky
Unknown: Renee Houston
Unknown: Donald Stewart
Unknown: Mabel Constanduros
Directed By: Stanley Rawlings


Some Seamen of the West Country ' Plymouth and the Hawkins Family'
A. L. Rowse
In this series, A. L. Rowse will tell Western listeners all about famous Devon seamen of Elizabethan times. Today he will discuss the great Hawkins family, several members of which played an important part in naval history and the life of Plymouth. There was, for instance, Sir John Hawkins , who built the ships that fought against the Spanish Armada. Then there was his brother
William, Mayor of Plymouth in that memorable year of 1588. A third celebrity was young Sir Richard Hawkins , who fought a great Spanish galleon off the coast of Peru, was captured, and finally taken prisoner to Spain. What happened to Sir Richard when he returned home to England will be included in this talk.


Unknown: A. L. Rowse
Unknown: A. L. Rowse
Unknown: John Hawkins
Unknown: Sir Richard Hawkins

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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