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by H. A. Vachell. Produced by Hugh Stewart

Contributors

Unknown:
H. A. Vachell.
Produced By:
Hugh Stewart
Mr Quinney:
Frank Pettingell
Mrs Quinney:
Mary O'Farrell
Jim:
Roger Snowdon
Posy:
Rosamund Barnes
Mr Tomlin:
Richard George
Mr Hunsaker:
Leslie Bradley
Mr Jordan:
Victor Fairley
Mabel:
Jenny Lovelace

Master of Ceremonies, Clay Keyes. With Gladys Keyes as Martha, the village carrier; Susan Scott , as Phoebe, the post girl; and this week's famous visitor. ' The Court of Melody'; Variety guest stars; ' Beautiful Memory'; Can You Beat the Band?'
With all the regulars, Richard Gray , Esther Whitehouse. etc. The Town Hall Orchestra, under the direction of Stanley Black. Written and devised by Gladys and Clay Keyes , and produced by Tom Ronald

Contributors

Unknown:
Clay Keyes.
Unknown:
Gladys Keyes
Unknown:
Susan Scott
Unknown:
Richard Gray
Unknown:
Esther Whitehouse.
Unknown:
Clay Keyes
Duced By:
Tom Ronald

with the Canadian Army Radio Orchestra, directed by Capt. Robert Farnon , and songs by Ptes. Joanne Dallas. Paul Carpenter , and Gerry Travers. Introduced by Gerry Wilmot

Contributors

Directed By:
Capt. Robert Farnon
Unknown:
Joanne Dallas.
Unknown:
Paul Carpenter
Unknown:
Gerry Travers.
Introduced By:
Gerry Wilmot

for Two Thousand Pounds-10
A competition to find new British dance tunes with prizes offered by the Hammersmith Palais de Danse. The tunes will be played by Lou Preager and his Orchestra, with Paul Rich. Lynne Shaw , and Rita Carr. The contest will be judged by listeners over seventeen half-hourly broadcasts. From the Hammersmith Palais de Danse, to whom all correspondence about this contest must be addressed

Contributors

Played By:
Lou Preager
Unknown:
Paul Rich.
Unknown:
Lynne Shaw
Unknown:
Rita Carr.

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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