Mr. H. Bardgett. Mus.Bac., "Musical Appreciation."
relayed from the Scala Theatre, Leeds.
Request Evening-Auntie Doll.
S.B. from London.
A Tour in Sunny Spain.
Conducted by "The Smilesmith"
Florrie Harrison (Soprano).
Wilfrid Hudson (Tenor).
Richard Wilson (Bass).
The "Two Jacks" (Entertainers).
The Harrogate Royal Baths Quartet:
Reginald Whitehouse (Violin); Cecil Jervis ('Cello); Charles Mann (Viola); Cecil Moon (Pianoforte).
THE TWO JACKS. An Original Humorous Interlude. (Written by Jack Sayes. Music by Jack Woods-Smith.)
A Southern Romance in Song and Story.
Written by John Sayes, Music by Cecil Moon.
FLORRIE HARRISON, "Once There Lived in Old Castile."
WILFRID HUDSON, "Ever Since the World was Young."
FLORRIE HARRISON and RICHARD WILSON, " A Maid of Gwadorama."
RICHARD WILSON, "A Bull-fighter's Love Song."
TRIO, "How Hard It is for Maid to Choose."
Ministry of Agriculture Talk by Mr. C. S. ORWIN : " Farming Facts and Fallacies." S.B. from London.
The ingredients being the original numbers written and composed for the above Programme.