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National Programme Daventry

Music-Hall

AL BURNETT
The Bad Boy from a Good Family

ELSIE CARLISLE
The Popular Radio Star, with her two pianists, FREDDIE ASPINALL and RONNIE ALDRIDGE
JACK DOYLE
The Famous Singing Boxer, and JUDITH ALLEN, American Film Star
JACK BARTY
Comedian
ROBB WILTON
Comedian
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA conducted by KNEALE KELLEY
Elsie Carlisle is back on the air after an absence of three months. Jack Doyle, the singing Irish boxer, and Judith Allen, met each other at a party given by Kay Francis in Hollywood in February, 1935, and they were married within two months. They are over here with a contract to film in the autumn.
Jack Barty was in White Horse Inn.
Casanova, and The Silver Swan, and has broadcast and performed all over the world. Tonight with Leslie Hatton - new to the London microphone - he is to do a new act written by themselves.
Robb Wilton has been all round the world and has appeared at a Royal Command Performance. Al Burnett is to make his English debut tonight, but he has broadcast a lot in America.
National Programme Daventry

Variety

with BERTHA WILMOTT (Comedienne)
BEN OSBORNE AND NELLIE PERRYER (in a comedy character cameo)
BERNARD HUNTER (The Boy with a Voice)
AL AND BOB HARVEY (Canada's foremost radio stars)
ELSIE CARLISLE (Syncopated Songs)
ALEXANDER AND MOSE (In Dark Subjects)
SYDNEY BAYNES AND HIS BAND

Listeners who have beard Ben Osborne and Nellie Perryer in cricket, crossing the Channel, home-made wireless, will look forward to their new sketch this evening written round a football match. Bernard Hunter has a remarkable voice. He is only fourteen and is making his radio debut.
The remaining old favourites in the bill will be welcomed by everyone. Elsie Carlisle , Bertha Wilmott are names to conjure with. Al and Bob Harvey have been adding to their laurels with Stanelli. Billy Bennett (Mose) brings back his original Alexander, that fine actor, Jimmy Carew, while Sydney Baynes and his Band should be in good form after Dining Out last night.
2BD Aberdeen

An Interlude of Gramophone Records

Florence Oldham : Rollin' down the river (Adams, Waller)
Elizabeth Welch : Solomon (Nymph
Errant) (Cole Porter)
Elsie Carlisle : Sweet Flossie Farmer
(Dixon, Wrubel)
National Programme Daventry

Music-Hall

SAM BROWNE and THE THREE RHYTHM SISTERS
BILLY BENNETT
' Almost a Gentleman '
HARRY SHALSON and CHAPPIE d'AMATO
The Radioriginals
LILY MORRIS
Comedienne
ABE AND MAWRUSS
Hebrew Dialect Comedians
: THE B B C VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by KNEALE KELLEY
1 Sam Browne and the Three Rhythm
Singers return to Music-Hall after an absence of only two months. Sam, of course, is among the most popular of radio singers, and with Elsie Carlisle , was one of the great features of Ambrose's Band. They sang together last year at Radiolympia.
Billy Bennett has just returned from tour in the revue King Folly in which he was principal comedian. He is shortly to be seen in the film Soft Lights and Sweet Music with Ambrose and his
Band.
Harry Shalson has written over 200 songs and has been singing on records and on the halls for the past eight years. He did many Variety broadcasts at the old Savoy Hill studio. His partner, Noel ' Chappie ' D'Amato, was for ten years leader with Jack Hylton 's Band and first vocalist on Hylton records. He was for eighteen months at the Dorchester Hotel.
Lily Morris is well-known to Music-
Hall listeners. She broadcast in the Royal Command Performance of 1928. She is the very essence of the halls and possesses, by the way, a pair of ear-rings once worn by Sarah Siddons.
The double act of Abe and Mawruss is one of John Sharman 's inspirations. Each is a former star of Hebrew humour. Sharman has brought them together and they are to give their first broadcast tonight.
Regional Programme Midland

SANDY POWELL'S ROAD SHOW COMPANY

By permission of the London Palladium
Management) in 'All at Sea' with Elsie CARLISLE
TEDDY BROWN Roy JEFFERIES PEGGY POWELL PAUL THOMSON PATRICIA RICH PEGGY WHITTY
Jimmie FLETCHER
GRETTA HAGEN
THE STROLLING PLAYERS
THE B B C VARIETY ORCHESTRA Conducted by KNEALE Kelley and SANDY POWELL
Written and devised by PAUL THOMSON and SANDY POWELL
Produced by MAX KESTER
(From Regional)
Thisfeature was broadcast in the National programme last night
National Programme Daventry

Music-Hall

JACK WARMAN
'Sacked Again'
CARSON ROBISON AND HIS
PIONEERS
BILLY BENNETT
' Almost a Gentleman'
ELSIE CARLISLE the Popular Radio Star, with her Two Pianists,
FREDDIE ASPINALL AND
RONNIE ALDRIDGE
GEORGIE WOOD the Peter Pan of Vaudeville
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
Regional Programme London

SANDY POWELL'S ROAD SHOW COMPANY

(By permission of the London Palladium
Management in 'All at Sea' with ELSIE CARLISLE
TEDDY BROWN
Roy JEFFERIES PEGGY POWELL
PAUL THOMSON
PATRICIA RICH
PEGGY WHITTY
Jimmie FLETCHER
GRETTA HAGEN
THE STROLLING PLAYERS
The B B C Variety Orchestra
Conducted by KNEALE KELLEY and SANDY POWELL
Written and devised by PAUL THOMSON and SANDY POWELL
Produced by Max Kester
This feature was broadcast in the National programme last night
Regional Programme London

Songs You Might Never Have Heard '

Melodies in Manuscript for whose probable popularity you are invited to vote
ELSIE CARLISLE
MORGAN DAVIES
ESTHER COLEMAN
ROBERT ASHLEY
TIN PAN ALLEY TRIO
A Section of the BBC MEN'S CHORUS
THE BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA
Conducted by CHARLES SHADWELL
Compere, BRYAN MICHIE
All the songs included in this programme were selected by a committee of listeners, consisting of a shop girl, a postman, his wife, a policeman, a lorry driver, a hospital nurse, a page boy
National Programme Daventry

SANDY POWELL'S ROAD SHOW COMPANY

(By permission of the London Palladium
Management) in AU at Sea'
This feature will be repeated in the Regional programme tomorrow






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