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Regional Variations (6)

THE FIRST NEWS

Regional Programme Northern

THE FIRST NEWS

Regional Programme Scotland

The First News

Regional Programme Western

THE FIRST NEWS

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

THE FIRST NEWS

Regional Programme London

including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements and Midland Sports Bulletin

THE MIDLAND WIRELESS SINGERS
Conducted by EDGAR MORGAN
The programme arranged and presented by WALTER PITCHFORD
Mr. Pitchford first broadcast on old songs about six years ago. Listeners will remember ' Leaves from Great Great Grandfather's Song Book' ; and his talks from London on ' Village Morris Dancing '. He has been connected with the Nen Valley Morrismen for over twenty years. His dramatic work includes sketches on an imaginary village named Dumbleton, and A Dortnr's Day. He was the speaker in the Midland ' Choir and Cloister' series ; organised the first of the Midland village broadcasts from Lamport in Northamptonshire : and prepared and took part in ' Ghosts at the Priory ' last month.

Contributors

Conducted By:
Edgar Morgan
Presented By:
Walter Pitchford

Regional Variations (3)

Tapping the Claret

Regional Programme Western

The Week in Scotland

Regional Programme Scotland

This is Mr. McKenzie's first appearance in an evening programme. He is Assistant Producer of the Nottingham Pageant and well known in amateur dramatic circles in that city. The Dukeries include the estates of the Duke of Portland, Duke of Newcastle, and Earl Manvers , whose country houses are Welbeck, Clumber, and Thoresby.

Contributors

Unknown:
Earl Manvers

Regional Variations (3)

A Harp Recital by MARCEL GRAND JANY

Regional Programme London

ESTA STEIN AND HER YIDDISH CHAUVE SOURIS COMPANY

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

(tenor)
Mr. Mullings is one of the most distinguished singers the Midlands has produced. He was born in Walsall and was a pupil of Breeden and Sir Granville Bantock at the Midland Institute School of Music in Birmingham. His fame as a dramatic tenor was first established when Denhof engaged him to sing Tristan in Birmingham. For many seasons he appeared with the Beecham Opera Company.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sir Granville Bantock

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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