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Introduced by Joan Griffiths
'Food for the Family': a talk by Florence Greenberg
' Letting the Spare Room ': a talk by Mary V. Carver
' A Bicycle Tour in New Zealand,' by Betty Amess
' Special Schools. 3-For Deaf and Part-Hearing Children': a talk by Kay Beattie
Serial story: ' Little Red Horses.' by G. B. Stern. Abridged by Nan Steedman and read by Mary O'Farrell

Contributors

Introduced By:
Joan Griffiths
Talk By:
Florence Greenberg
Talk By:
Mary V. Carver
Unknown:
Betty Amess
Talk By:
Kay Beattie
Unknown:
G. B. Stern.
Abridged By:
Nan Steedman
Read By:
Mary O'Farrell

Introduced by Dick Bentley
Wyn Henderson, Peter Sellers, Bart Wadham, Alfred Marks, Stephen Lang, The Ray Ellington Quartet, The Show Timers
Augmented Dance Orchestra
Conducted by Stanley Black

Contributors

Presenter:
Dick Bentley
Performer:
Wyn Henderson
Comedian:
Peter Sellers
Performer:
Bart Wadham
Comedian:
Alfred Marks
Performer:
Stephen Lang
Musicians:
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Singers:
The Show Timers
Musicians:
Augmented Dance Orchestra
Conductor:
Stanley Black
Producer:
Roy Speer

BBC microphones bring you another programme of seaside Variety, with:

Reginald Dixon
'I do like to be beside the seaside'

Joe King
'He is always joking'

Steve Conway
'The Romantic Serenader'

Eddie Morrell
'The Boarding-House Belle'

The Melomaniacs
'Four Smiling Voices'

(Reginald Dixon is appearing at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool; Joe King, at Feldman's Theatre; Steve Conway, at the Palace Theatre; Eddie Morrell and the Melomaniacs, at the Central Pier, Morecambe; Oscar Naylor conducts by arrangement with the Blackpool Tower Company)

Contributors

Performer:
Reginald Dixon
Performer:
Joe King
Performer:
Steve Conway
Performer:
Eddie Morrell
Performers:
The Melomaniacs
Music by:
The Seasiders
The Seasiders conducted by:
Oscar Naylor
Introduced by:
David Southwood

A. P. Sharpe 's Honolulu Hawaiian* with Ronnie Joynes (electric guitar) and Kathleen Heppell
Tonight's visiting artists: Hugh D' Alton (mandolin)
Billy Bell (plectrum and tenor banjos)
Introduced by Chappie d'Amato

Contributors

Unknown:
P. Sharpe
Unknown:
Ronnie Joynes
Unknown:
Kathleen Heppell
Unknown:
Billy Bell
Introduced By:
Chappie

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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