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2LO London

Orchestra

Value, "Just for a While" ("The Last Waltz") (Geiger).
Mr. Ernest Wellbeloved, Entertainer.
Orchestra: Foxtrot, "Ka-lu-a" ("The Cabaret Girl") (Kern).
5SC Glasgow

The Band of H.M. 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers

Selection, "The Cabaret Girl" (J. Kern); Valse, "Lovely Lucerne" (Godin); Fest March, ("Tannhauser") ( Wagner).
5IT Birmingham

Orchestra

Descriptive, "In a Chinese Temple" (Ketelbey); Selection, "Cabaret Girl" (Kern); Suite, "Henry VIII. Dances" (German).
5NO Newcastle

Jazz Orchestra

Fox-trot, "Fate"; Valse, "Dream Kiss"; One-step, "Who Threw the Water on the Cat's Back?"; Fox-trot, "Blue Danube Blues"; Valse, "Three O'Clock in the Morning", One-step, "I Want Some Money"; Fox-trot, "Wana"; Valse, "Jose"; One-step, "Oh, Harold"; Fox-trot, "Cabaret Girl"; Valse, "Lady of the Rose".
5PY Plymouth

CABARET NIGHT

relayed from Plymouth Promenade Pier Pavilion.
2LO London

The Midnight Follies Cabaret

relayed from the Hotel Metropole.
S.B. to All Stations.
6FL Sheffield

"6FL" Cabaret.

A NIGHT OF SONG, HUMOUR AND
DANCE.
COLLIN BIGGIN and hi. ORCHESTRA in all the latest Musical
Selections from America.
During the evening ‟STAINLESS STEPHEN ” will introduce an American Friend. BERTHA and WIN ANSON and LEONARD ROBERTS will provide the Songs.
Bertha and Win Anson (Duets).
2BE Belfast

"NEW PRINCE'S FRIVOLITIES" CABARET

including the Russian
Cabaret, " Seraia Mish ," and Alfredo and his Dance Band (from Prince's Restaurant, London), relayed from the Ulster Hall. S.B. to Glasgow (11.0-12.0).
5SC Glasgow

"NEW PRINCE'S FRIVOLITIES" CABARET

including the Russian Cabaret. " Seraia Mish. " together with Alfredo and his Dance Band (from Prince's
; Restaurant, London), relayed from the Ulster Hall. S.B. from Belfast.
5IT Birmingham

Dance Music. JACK VENABLE'S CABARET BAND.

Under His Personal Supervision.
Fox-trot, " Me and the Boy Friend " ; Fox-trot, "Nola"; Waltz, "I Know of Two Bright Eyes " ; Fox-trot, " Seminota" ; Fox-trot, " Tea for Two " ; One-step, " Strut " ; Fox-trot, " Just Like a Beautiful Story"; Fox-trot, " Love is Just a Gamble " ; Waltz, " June Brought the Roses " ; Fox-trot, " My Best Girl " ; Fox-trot, " Oriental Moon"; Waltz, "I Love the Moon"; Fox-trot, " Where's My Sweetie Hiding ? " ; Fox-trot, " Toy Drum Major " ; One-step, "Nickel In the Slot " ; One-step, " When You and I Were Twenty-One " ; Fox-trot, " Let Me Be the First " ; Fox-trot, " Love Has a Way " ; Fox-trot, " I Want To Be Happy " ; Waltz, " All Alone."
2LO London

The Offenbach Follies.

A Diversion in One Act.
Devised by George Grossmith from the Operas of Jacques Offenbach.
Lyrics by Adrian Ross.
Music arranged by John Ansell.
Cast Includes :
DORIS VANE (Soprano);
DOROTHY BENNETT (Soprano);
ENID CRUICKSHANK (Mezzo-Soprano) ;
TOM CLAYSON (Tenor);
FRANKLYN KELSEY (Baritone); LEONARD HUBBARD (Baritone);
STUART ROBERTSON (Bass);
Assisted by THE WIRELESS ORCHESTRA AND
CHORUS :
Conducted by JOHN ANSELL.
Scene 1.-A Cellar. Scene 2.-A Cabaret.
6BM Bournemouth

The FAMOUS PRO RATA in "CABARET FOLLIES."

Presented by BERT GREY .
Relayed from Alexandra Gardens,
Weymouth.






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