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Regional Variations (7)

A GAELIC CONCERT

Regional Programme Scotland

ALEX MONAGHAN AND HIS BAND

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

Northern Programme

Regional Programme Wales

THE HUDDERSFIELD VOCAL UNION

Regional Programme Northern

THE HUDDERSFIELD VOCAL UNION

Regional Programme London

THE BRIERLEY HILL AND DISTRICT MALE VOICE CHOIR

Regional Programme Midland

' February'
H. E. Piggott
1 Next is February
So early in the spring
The farmer ploughs the fallows, The rooks their nests begin, The little lambs appearing Npw frisk in pretty play, I think upon the increase
And thank my God today.'
The second of twelve monthly talks on West Country folk songs, arranged seasonally according to their subject-matter. The illustrations will be sung by Doreen Greenwood and Frederick Harvey

Contributors

Unknown:
H. E. Piggott
Sung By:
Doreen Greenwood
Sung By:
Frederick Harvey

Regional Variations (7)

Northern Bulletin for Farmers

Regional Programme Northern

Northern Ireland News

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

Scottish Announcements

Regional Programme Scotland

Welsh Announcements and Bulletin for Welsh Farmers

Regional Programme Wales

Midland Bulletin for Farmers and Midland Announcements

Regional Programme Midland

Regional Bulletin for Farmers

Regional Programme London

Regional Variations (7)

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Midland

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Northern

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Wales

BBC BALLROOM

Regional Programme London

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

A talk by THE SCOTTISH REGIONAL DIRECTOR

Regional Programme Scotland

A Variety Programme broadcast from the stage of THE PALACE THEATRE, BATH
The history of the Palace Theatre goes back into the 'eighties, when a building was erected on the Sawclose site and named the Pavilion. It had its chairman, who announced the turns from his table, after the manner of the day. Next, it was partially reconstructed and became the Lyric, presenting such artists as Charles Chaplin , Ada Blanche , Charles Coborn , and Wilkie Bard. In 1903 it was renamed the Palace, and nine years later it was taken over by its present proprietor, W. S. Pearce. A little over, a year ago it was closed down for rebuilding, and was opened again last September. The theatre is now specially wired for broadcasting.

Contributors

Unknown:
Charles Chaplin
Unknown:
Ada Blanche
Unknown:
Charles Coborn
Unknown:
Wilkie Bard.
Unknown:
W. S. Pearce.

Regional Programme Western

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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