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Regional Variations (3)

The Children's Hour

Regional Programme London

The Children's Hour

Regional Programme Western

' Fe.Fi.Fo.Fum .
A Play concerning two giants, a prince, and, of course, a princess, by BEATRICE CARR
Songs by DAPHNE HICKMAW (Soprano)
SIDNEY TURNER (Banjo)

Contributors

Unknown:
Beatrice Carr
Songs By:
Daphne Hickmaw

Regional Variations (2)

Under the direction of HARRY KORRIS
Relayed from The Empire
Theatre, Peterborough
The Cast includes :
MAISIE and MAX NORRIS (Musical Comedy Artists)
JAY MORELLE (Entertainer)
LAUREL MATHER(Soprano)
ELLIOT and DEANE (in Comedy Duets)
Jimmy CHARTERS (Comedian and Drummer)
PETER BURNETT (Baritone)
FRANKLAND POLLOCK
(Pianoforte)
HARRY KoRRis (Comedian)
THE FOUR ARCADIAN GIRLS
THE EMPIRE THEATRE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of BERT HEWITT
The Arcadian Follies have had four seasons at Blackpool. Harry Korris, the comedian, organised a treat for 1,200 poor children when the Follies were at Peterborough last Christmas.

Contributors

Unknown:
Max Norris
Baritone:
Peter Burnett
Pianoforte:
Frankland Pollock
Unknown:
Bert Hewitt

A discussion between Mr. ARTHUR HORSBURGH and Mr. FRANK JONES
Mr. Horsburgh is a Birmingham architect, and has broadcast several times on Midland castles and halls. Mr. Frank Jones is an English master in Birmingham, and a leading authority on the dialect of that city.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Arthur Horsburgh
Unknown:
Mr. Frank Jones
Unknown:
Mr. Frank Jones

Regional Programme Midland

About Regional Programme

Regional 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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