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: Weather Forecast

for Farmers and Shipping


Short talks by all kinds of people of how they are going to spend the week-end out of doors


A programme on gramophone records

: Theatres of Variety

A Variety programme broadcast from the stage of The Hippodrome, Bristol
Among the artists you will hear are
Charlie Kunz and Anona Winn


Unknown: Charlie Kunz
Unknown: Anona Winn


Directed by A. H. Morgan


Directed By: A. H. Morgan


(Love-Song Waltzes)
The BBC West of England Singers
Conductor, Joseph Jenkins with Winifred Davey and Beryl Tichbon (pianoforte)
Beryl Tichbon , who is frequently heard as a duettist with Norman Jones , studied at the Tobias Matthay Pianoforte School, of which she is a medallist. With Norman Jones she has given recitals at many London and provincial concerts, particularly in the West of England.
Winifred Davey ' broadcast from
Bristol for the first time in September, 1935, and since then has been accompanist and pianist for radio programmes in the West. She is the pianist in the Bristol Chamber Trio, and with the Trio recently gave a recital before the Music Society of St. John's College, Oxford.


Conductor: Joseph Jenkins
Unknown: Winifred Davey
Pianoforte: Beryl Tichbon
Pianoforte: Beryl Tichbon
Unknown: Norman Jones
Unknown: Norman Jones
Unknown: Winifred Davey


including Weather Forecast

: Harry Evans and his Dance Band

with Nona Daymond
Syd Griffiths
Reg Mitchell from the Grand Hotel, Torquay


Unknown: Nona Daymond
Unknown: Syd Griffiths
Unknown: Reg Mitchell


on gramophone records

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