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Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

Musical Comedy
Bohemia Salon Orchestra : Selection, Wild Violets (Stolz); George Metaxa : New Love is old, and Try to Forget (Cat and the Fiddle) (Kern); The Great Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alois Melichar : Medley, A Waltz Dream (Strauss); Haymond Newell and Chorus : Monarch of the Seas (He Wanted Adventure) (Waller and Tunbridge); Robert Taylor : I'll tell the stars, and Dreams (The One Girl) (Gideon); Dajos Bela Orchestra : Selection, The Girl in the Train (Fall); Tom Burke (7'enor) : Serenade (The Student Prince) (Donnelly and Romberg) ;
Geoffrey Gwyther : Goodnight (Viktoria and her Hussar) (Abraham) ; Nina Rosa (Nina Rosa ) (Romberg) ; London Theatre Orchestra : Selection, The Student Prince (Romberg)

Contributors

Conducted By:
Alois Melichar
Unknown:
Robert Taylor
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Dajos Bela Orchestra
Unknown:
Tom Burke
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Geoffrey Gwyther
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Nina Rosa
Unknown:
Nina Rosa

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'Design in Modern Life'—V

National Programme London

' The Kitchen'
A discussion between Mr. GEOFFREY BOUMPHREY and Miss DENBY
These discussions tonight reach the nerve-centre of every home, the kitchen Modern architects and house-planners have recognised the importance of the kitchen, and designed accordingly. Tonight's discussion between Mr. Boumphrey, designer and engineer, and Miss Elizabeth Denby , practical house-planner and manager, will reveal the many ways in which the modern kitchen can and is being made cleaner and pleasanter in a way that leads to economy and better health.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Geoffrey Boumphrey
Unknown:
Miss Elizabeth Denby

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' Tickets, Please'

National Programme London

A gay entertainment with music. Plot centres round a touring company stranded in a railway station; they put on the show you hear in the waiting-room, and-well, the authors call it a modern fairy story. Lively book and lyrics by a well-known radio actress, with music by a young composer with a knack for writing popular tunes in a stylish modern idiom. With a strong cast, headed by Leonard Henry , Betty Bolton , and Patrick Waddington , and, in George Scott-Wood 's orchestra, something very special in dance-bands, ' Tickets, Please!' promises well.

Contributors

Unknown:
Leonard Henry
Unknown:
Betty Bolton
Unknown:
Patrick Waddington
Unknown:
George Scott-Wood

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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