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try the English countryside
These two Canadian Sourdoughs, after their last exciting London experience, try the quiet of a country lane and, once again, come up against it
Ezra Pitt played by Bill Campbell
Elmer played by Sydney Keith
Production by F. H. C. Piffard
(Empire Programme)

Contributors

Unknown:
Ezra Pitt
Played By:
Bill Campbell
Played By:
Sydney Keith
Production By:
F. H. C. Piffard

Alfredo and his Orchestra: Gypsy
Idyll (Ferraris), Two Guitars (trad.)
Jeannette MacDonald : Italian
Street Song: Ah! Sweet mystery of life (Naughty Marietta) (Herbert)
Orchestre Raymonde: Selection,
The Vagabond King (Friml)
Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) :
Sunshine in Spring (de Curtis, Baumann), Silk Skies (Rust)
Marek Weber and his Orchestra :
Waltz Pot-Pourri (Morena)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jeannette MacDonald
Tenor:
Herbert Ernst Groh
Unknown:
Marek Weber

An exhilarating farce of the 'nineties by Lance Sieveking
Founded upon J. Storer Clouston 's famous novel with and Place, London and the Home
Counties
Time, Forty years ago, in the days when the popular conception of a German Baron was that of a huge jovial figure alternately shaking with kindly guttural laughter and overflowing with elephantine sentimentality
Characters and The cast also includes a host of old gentlemen, young gentlemen, Generals, cabmen, maids, ladies, little bits of fluff, and the like:
Played by the Misses Idina Scott -Gatty, Joan Brierley , and Messrs. Bryan Powley , Harvey Braban , Lance George , Charles Mason , Stanford
Holme
See the article by Lance Sieveking on page 14
' The Lunatic at Large' was broadcast in the Regional programme last night

Contributors

Unknown:
Lance Sieveking
Unknown:
J. Storer Clouston
Unknown:
Idina Scott
Unknown:
Joan Brierley
Unknown:
Bryan Powley
Unknown:
Harvey Braban
Unknown:
Lance George
Unknown:
Charles Mason
Unknown:
Lance Sieveking
' The Lady Alicia':
Angela Baddeley
'The Baron Rudolph von Blitzenberg':
Howard Marion-Crawford
Mandell-Essington, alias Beveridge, alias Bunker (the aristocratic lunatic):
Naunton Wayne
Dr Twiddle (a timid young doctor):
John Deverell
Welsh (his unscrupulous friend):
John Gabriel
Dr. Escott (medical attendants at Clankwood Private Asylum):
Malcolm Graeme
Dr. Sherlaw (medical attendants at Clankwood Private Asylum):
Ian Dawson
The Lady Alicia (an excessively ro mantic young lady):
Angela Baddeley
The Countess of Grillyer (her monumental mother):
Alice O'Day
The Baron Rudolph von Blitzenberg (a wealthy Teuton out to see a bit of life):
Howard Marion-Crawford

A Revue in Miniature with Marjorie Westbury
Dorothy Summers
John Bentley
Dennis Folwell
Leila Brittain and Harry Engleman at two pianos
Produced and compered by Martyn C. Webster
(From Birmingham)

Contributors

Unknown:
Marjorie Westbury
Unknown:
Dorothy Summers
Unknown:
John Bentley
Unknown:
Dennis Folwell
Unknown:
Leila Brittain
Unknown:
Harry Engleman
Unknown:
Martyn C. Webster

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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