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A lightning programme of contrasts devised and written by Ernest Long staffe and introduced by Janet Lind
Al and Bob Harvey
(our two Canadian pals)
Arthur Sandford (solo pianoforte)
Bruce Green (the essence of a lady)
Alf Lewis and Leslie Uzzell (trumpet duettists)
Sidney Burchall (baritone) Jack Warman (comedian)
The BBC Variety Orchestra, conducted by Ernest Longstaffe

Contributors

Written By:
Ernest Long
Introduced By:
Janet Lind
Introduced By:
Bob Harvey
Unknown:
Arthur Sandford
Pianoforte:
Bruce Green
Unknown:
Alf Lewis
Unknown:
Leslie Uzzell
Baritone:
Sidney Burchall
Baritone:
Jack Warman
Unknown:
Ernest Longstaffe

A forbidding name for an easy game
Presented by Neil Munro, with David Miller as Master of Ceremonies
Teams:
From 'Cinderella' at the Prince's Theatre, Manchester:
Nancy Burne, Pat Kirkwood, Douglas Wakefield, and Ken Douglas
From 'Sleeping Beauty' at the Palace Theatre, Manchester:
Madge Elliott, Marjorie Brown, Cyril Ritchard, and Tom Gamble
One player begins with a word; the next player must at once say the first word suggested to him by the original word. The third player follows on from the second word, and so on.

Contributors

Presented By:
Neil Munro
Unknown:
David Miller
Unknown:
Nancy Burne
Unknown:
Pat Kirkwood
Unknown:
Douglas Wakefield
Unknown:
Ken Douglas
Unknown:
Madge Elliott
Unknown:
Marjorie Brown
Unknown:
Cyril Ritchard
Unknown:
Tom Gamble

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More