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Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

SCHUBERT SONGS
Sung by JOHN ARMSTRONG (Tenor)
Lob der Thrfmen (Praise of Tears) Erntelied (Harvest Song) Am See (On the Sea)
Die Vogel (The Birds)
Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren (Sailor's
Song to the Dioscuri)
Der Blumen Schmerz (The Grief of the Flowers) Rastlose Liebe (Restless Love)

Contributors

Tenor:
John Armstrong

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A Relay from ' The Old Pavoli ' Music-Hall

National Programme London

As the Programme at the Old Pavoli begins at 6.45 p.m. sharp, concludes at 11.15, and includes forty-two turns, the portion relayed will start with the ninth turn on the Bill, and finish at the interval

9. Miss Vesta Tilley, the Highly Gifted Soubrette, in her newest patriotic song, 'Are we to have Conscription?'
10. Mr. Charles Godfrey in his popular number, 'Regent Street'
11. Mr. Nelson Jackson, Entertainer, in 'Cohen on the Telephone'
12. Mr. George Robey, Comedian, in 'Oliver Cromwell '
13. The Sisters Levey, in 'The Sunshine of Paradise Alley'
14. Mr. Charles Bignell, King of Fun, in 'What Ho! She Bumps!'
15. Grand Military Spectacle: 'Under the South African Sun.'
Featuring: Drummer Simpkins in 'Break the News to Mother,' and Sergeant Mullins in 'A Pattern to the World'
16. Miss Lottie Collins, Delight of the Universe, in her corking new song 'Ta-ra-ra-boomde-ay '
17. Miss Bessie Bonehill, the Celebrated Young Male Impersonator, in 'Playmates'
18. Mr. T.E. Dunville, Eccentric Comedian; in 'That'll Doodle Doodle Doodle Do'
19. Mr. Tom Leamore, in 'Sarah from the Bone-Yard'
20. The World-Famous Zazel in her Horrifying Experiment -or 'Shot from a Cannon'
21. Mr. Alistair Tedworth, in an Aesthetic Fantasia, 'Too Utterly Utter,' and 'Take a Seat, Old Lady'
22. The Famous Islington Singers, in their Entrancing Act
23. Miss Marie Lloyd, London's Darling, in two Request Numbers: 'The Naughty Continong,' and 'Buy Me Some Almond Rock'

Among those taking part: Vernon Watson, The Maestros, Harold Scott, Hermione Gingold, Ina Souez, Natalie Denny, Charles Coborn, Beatrice Gilbert, Ray Wallace, Richard Day, Fred Douglas, Hester Marsden-Smedley, John Rorke, Mary McGrath, Alan Paul
and The B.B.C. Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by S. Kneale Kelley
Presentation by Lance Sieveking

Contributors

Unknown:
Vernon Watson
Unknown:
Harold Scott
Unknown:
Hermione Gingold
Unknown:
Ina Souez
Unknown:
Natalie Denny
Unknown:
Charles Coborn
Unknown:
Beatrice Gilbert
Unknown:
Ray Wallace
Unknown:
Richard Day
Unknown:
Fred Douglas
Unknown:
Hester Marsden-Smedley
Unknown:
John Rorke
Unknown:
Mary McGrath
Unknown:
Alan Paul
Musicians:
The BBC Theatre Orchestra
Conductor:
S. Kneale Kelley
Presentation:
Lance Sieveking

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Mr. VERNON BARTLETT

National Programme London

After his autumn tour of foreign capitals,
Mr. Vernon Bartlett , in his talk from London, summarizes the impressions of the last three months, and forecasts his plans for the first' quarter of the year. He will continue to illuminate European problems for listeners. His new task is to interview key-men in the politics and public life of foreign countries.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Vernon Bartlett

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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