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Orchestral music, on gramophone records
' Over the hills and far away (Delius) :
London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham
Symphony on a French mountaineer's song : (Vincent d'lndy) : Marguerite Long (piano) and the Colonne Symphony Orchestra (of Paris), conducted by Paul Piray

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Thomas Beecham
Conducted By:
Paul Piray

Black-faced minstrel show, produced by Harry S. Pepper. Cast includes
Scott and Whaley, Ike Hatch , C. Denier Warren , Fred Yule , and Eddie Peter Whaley. Kentucky Banjo Team : Dick Pepper , Edward Fairs , and Bernard Sheaff. BBC Variety Orchestra and Male Voice Chorus, conducted by Mansel Thomas. Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren. Music arranged by Doris Arnold

Contributors

Produced By:
Harry S. Pepper.
Unknown:
Ike Hatch
Unknown:
C. Denier Warren
Unknown:
Fred Yule
Unknown:
Dick Pepper
Unknown:
Edward Fairs
Unknown:
Bernard Sheaff.
Conducted By:
Mansel Thomas.
Unknown:
C. Denier Warren.
Arranged By:
Doris Arnold

In addition to Phil Green and his Basin Street Band and his Rhythm on Reeds Orchestra, and Benny Lee , the Society presents, for the first time on the air over here, Juanita Nor wood, one of the most popular stars of New York, who appears by courtesy of the American Red Cross. Programme produced and introduced by -Jimmy Dyrenforth

Contributors

Unknown:
Phil Green
Unknown:
Benny Lee
Unknown:
Juanita Nor
Introduced By:
Jimmy Dyrenforth

The Gramophone Department entertains with : 'Black Magic', in which Buddy Bradley tells about favourite coloured artists and their records : written by Harry Alan Towers. ' Great Composers and their Melodies ', introduced by Joseph Lewis. Hartley Power talks about high spots from ' Crazy Pix ' : written by Roy Plomley. Programme introduced by Patric Curwen , and edited by Frederick Piffard

Contributors

Unknown:
Buddy Bradley
Written By:
Harry Alan
Introduced By:
Joseph Lewis.
Written By:
Roy Plomley.
Introduced By:
Patric Curwen
Edited By:
Frederick Piffard

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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