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Conductor, William Pethers from the New Hippodrome Theatre, Coventry

Give me my ranch - Uranza
Overture: Light Cavalry - Suppé
It's a lovely day tomorrow - Berlin
Gingham gownl and Charmeuse - from Suite My Lady's Dress Henman
Selection: Lights Up - Noel Gay
Spring fever - Bloom (Solo piano, Jack Wilson)
Manhattan serenade - Alter
Echoes of the ball - Willoughby
Rhythmic Round-Up No. 17 - arr. Pethers

Contributors

Musicians:
The New Hippodrome Orchestra Conductor: William Pethers

Sandy Macpherson packs his theatre organ into his very special 'plane to take you on a musical flight across the Dominion of Canada.
Among the passengers to be picked up en route are:
Stuart Barrie (Maritime Provinces)
Jack Penn (Quebec)
Gerry Fitzgerald (Ontario)
Inga Andersen (Western Provinces)
The flight personally conducted and arranged by Sandy Macpherson at the theatre organ

Contributors

Organist:
Sandy MacPherson
Unknown:
Stuart Barrie
Unknown:
Jack Penn
Unknown:
Gerry Fitzgerald
Unknown:
Inga Andersen
Arranged By:
Sandy MacPherson

in an excerpt from 'Dick Whittington' presented by Tom Arnold from the Empire Theatre, Leeds.
Here is the first of a weekly series in which top-notch stars of the entertainment world will beguile you with their acts. Usually the programmes will come to you direct from the theatres or music-halls in which the chosen stars are appearing.

Contributors

Singer/Musician/Comedian:
George Formby
Presented By:
Tom Arnold

'Glamorous Night', 'Careless Rapture', 'Crest of the Wave', and 'The Dancing Years'
Recorded by the original artists - Mary Ellis, Trefor Jones, Dorothy Dickson, Olive Gilbert, and the Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra, conducted by Charles Prentice

Contributors

Performer:
Mary Ellis
Performer:
Trefor Jones
Performer:
Dorothy Dickson
Performer:
Olive Gilbert
Musicians:
The Drury Lane Theatre Orchestra
Conductor:
Charles Prentice

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