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: REGINALD WILLIAMS AND HIS ' FUTURISTS ' DANCE BAND

Reginald Williams was at one time a violinist in the Bristol Amateur Orchestra, and later a pianist in a Midland recording and broadcasting dance orchestra. He now runs two bands of his own-the Futurists' resident dance band at the Grand Spa Hotel, Bristol, where he is music director and the Grand
Atlantic Hotel dance band at
Weston-super-Mare.

Contributors

Unknown: Reginald Williams

: The West of England

Programme Director introduces:

: COMING EVENTS

Talks and Magazine Programmes
A look ahead at next quarter's schedule
It is hoped that one or two broadcasters, well known for their talks in the Western programmes, will be present in the studio

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast
7.20 Western Announcements and Sports Bulletin

: THE BRISTOL LADIES' CHOIR

Conductor, Graham Harris
Lilian Hosbons (harp)
Lilian Hosbons , the soloist in this concert, was born in Bristol, and gained the Ada Lewis scholarship for harp at the Royal Academy of Music, one of her professors being John Thomas , harpist to Queen Victoria and Edward VII. Later she appeared in London and the provinces, and toured the British Isles and the Continent with Anna Pavlova and the Russian Ballet.

Contributors

Conductor: Graham Harris
Harp: Lilian Hosbons
Unknown: Lilian Hosbons
Unknown: Ada Lewis
Harpist: John Thomas
Unknown: Anna Pavlova
Unknown: Russian Ballet.

: ' AFTER CHRISTMAS '

E. M. Delafield
E. M. Delafield , best known to most people as the creator of the Provincial Lady, has spent Christmas at her Devonshire home. She is going to comment, in a way which is certain to be entertaining, on the events of the Christmas week-end in her family circle, and the aftermath of the Christmas season.

Contributors

Unknown: E. M. Delafield
Unknown: E. M. Delafield

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS








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