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Regional Programme London

The Rumour

A Play by C. K. MUNRO
Presented by K. B. INDOE
Music by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON
Prologue
Luke's House in London
1. Lennard's office near the borders of Przimia
2. A newsboy's beat in Greater London
3. A cabaret in Przimiprzak
4. Ned's office in London
5. Katya Soresti's house in Przimiprzak
6. The newsboy's beat
7. Lennard's office
8. Ned's office
9. The Prime Minister's room
10. The newsboy's beat
11. The Chancellor's Palace in Przimiprzak
12. The newsboy's boat
Epilogue
Luke's House in London
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
Regional Programme London

'Prunes and Prisms'

One of these Musical Things
Written and Produced by JOHN WATT
Cast
Scene
The ' Blue Hen ' Cabaret
THE REVUE CHORUS and THE QUAGLINO BAND
Regional Programme London

'Talkie Town*

A Super Special
Book and Production by JOHN WATT
Theme Song and Choruses by PHILIP WHITEWAY and CLIFTON HELLIWELL
Characters
Mr. Sam E. Hokum
Yes-Man
Maisie
Irma
Cabaret Artist
John
Artists
JACK PADBURY and his COSMO CLUB SIX
THE REVUE CHORUS
Regional Programme London

'Au Lapin Qui Saute'

A Really Parisian Cabaret with LEONARD HENRY , LENGHI CELLINI ,
PEGGIE ROBB-SMITH , GUY PELHAM BOLTON, Ross
AND SARGENT, GRETA KELLER ,
JACK PADBURY AND HIS COSMO CLUB Six
Produced by JOHN WATT
Regional Programme London

FREDDIE KAUFFMANN

presents
' The Jockey of Berlin' with ERNST ENGEL (his pianist)
THE CABARET
IVY ST. HELIER of International Fame
GEORGE SEVERSKY and JEAN TERIAN , of BERLLIN LONDON, and Moscow
GRETA KELLER
Continental Star
Among the guests of Herr Kauffmann will be : PETER HADDON , MABEL CONSTANDUROS and MICHAEL HOGAN
BERLIN -tho gayest city in Europe—where night is turned into day. Come with Herr Kaurffmann to his club, ' The Jockey,' where poets, painters, film stars, and diplomats rub shoulders with the Bugginses-Bohemian Berlin.
Regional Programme London

GRAMOPHONE RECORDS

A Short Cabaret Programme
Arranged by CHRISTOPHER STONE
Regional Programme London

'Au Lapin Qui Saute'

A Really French Cabaret
In which the Artistes are German, Spanish, Russian, and American, and the Guests entirely
English
Produced by JOHN WATT
Regional Programme London

'A Charity Affair'

Written by HERMAN DAREWSKI and C. DENIS FREEMAN
Produced by C. DENIS FREEMAN
The exploits of two burglars. Bill and Alf—how they were entertained by the Duchess of Dillington at the Diamond Ball—and why they were lucky enough to see the 'Wonder Bits' Cabaret
Those you will meet, at the Ball are :
PHILIP WADE , ERIC ANDERSON , REGINALD BECKWITH , ERNEST SEFTON , FREDERICK W. LLOYD , IAN HARDING , CLlFTON GIBBS , HERMIONE GINGOLD , AGNES LAUCHLAN . JOAN HARE ,
JEANNE MANNERS . and LADY TRFE 0 B.E
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA conducted by HERMAN DAREWSKI
During the Ball
' Wonder Bits ' from ' Wonder Bar ' with WILLIAM CAVANAGH , JOAN GARDINER , JOY
SPRING and BETTY FRANKIS3
Regional Programme London

'The Rumour'

A Play by C. K. MUNRO
Presented by E. J. KING-BULL
Music by VICTOR HELY-HUTCHINSON
Prologue-
Luke's House in London
Scenes-
I. Lennard 's Office near the borders of Przimia II. A Newsboy's Beat in Greater London III. A Cabaret in Przimiprzak
IV. Ned's Office in London
V. Katya Soresti 's House in Przimiprzak
VI. The Newsboy's Beat VII. Lennard's Office VIII. Ned's Office
IX. Tho Prime Minister's Room X. The Newsboy's Beat
XI. The Chancellor's Palace in Przimiprzak XII. The Newsboy's Beat Epilogue—
Luke's House in London
Produced by HOWARD ROSE
Regional Programme London

Vaudeville

1. GERALD KAYE Tenor
2. FLORENCE MARKS and WILFRED SHINE in 'Washing Day' By WILFRED SHINE
3. JACK PAYNE and his B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
4. CHICK FARR will address the meeting, assisted by WELLS FARMAN
5. THAT CERTAIN TRIO: WILLIAM WALKER and PEGGY COCHRANE , with PATRICK WADDINGTON
6. ' O.K. WITH ME' By PHILIP WADE
7. GERALD KAYE
8. MAX MILLER Comedian
9. THAT CERTAIN TRIO
IRELAND is represented in tonight's programme by our two favourites, FLORENCE
MARKS and WILFRED SHINE and by GERALD KAYE, an Irish tenor new to Regional vaudeville. Listeners will remember Wilfred Shine not only for his amusing impersonations in vaudeville, but for several outstanding appearances in radio drama (particularly as the father in The Flowers are not for You to Pick and Dr. McGowan, in Across the Moon). ' That Certain Trio'-PATRICK WADDINGTON , fresh from The Belle of New York revival, with PEGGY COCHRANE and WILLIAM WALKER at two pianos (and Peggy Cochrane on the violin) return to vaudeville from further successes in cabaret and 'on the records.' William Walker has recently been on a lightning tour of Britain as pianist to Sophie Tucker.
Regional Programme Scotland

JIMMIE WIIITELAW'S, CABARET

(Revised Editioa) . '
Musical Arrangements by JACK WALLACE
Production by JIMMIE WHITELAW
(Relayed from Edinburgh)
Regional Programme Midland

JANET JOYE

In ' Types and Notions '
TANET JOYE is a very popular entertainer both here and in London, where she has been heard at nearly all the first-class cabarets. She writes many of her own numbers, and is at present engaged on the book for a full - length ' show.' She was at one time the head of a Dramatic School in the Midlands.;
Regional Programme Midland

A Band Programme

THE COVENTRY SILVER BAND
Conducted by W. ELLISON
THOSE THREE in Syncopated Songs
THOSE THREE
'THOSE THREE ' is a trio of young Nottingham men, all of whom occupy important commercial positions in the City. They are members of the Ambassador Band which often appears in cabaret productions.
Regional Programme Scotland

Dance Music

THE 19TH CENTURY COSTUME BALL in aid of the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary Extension Fund
This programme will be radiated from THE NEW SCOTTISH REGIONAL TRANSMITTER
DUNDAN BRODIE 's DANCE ORCHESTRA with Interludes of Viennese and period music under the direction of Guy Daines
During the evening there will also be special Cabaret Shows, produced by Martyn C. Webster
Regional Programme Midland

GERALD ARMES

presents
THE REGIONAL REVELLERS
A Combination of Popular Concert and Wireless
Artists
From THE PAVILION, JEPHSON GARDENS,
LEAMINGTON SPA
Regional Programme London

'The Gypsy Princess'

A Musical Play
Book by ARTHUR MILLER
Lyrics by ARTHUR STANLEY
Music by EMMERICH KALMAN
Adapted for Broadcasting and produced by GORDON MCCONNEL
Characters in order of their appearance :
In the ' Purple Kitten ' Cabaret
Niblo, the cabaret manager Sylva, the cabaret star
Count Fori, an elderly flaneur
Lord Boiiiface, a youthful flaneur Prince Ronald
Eugonc, his cousin Nitch, a Notary
In the Reception Hall in the House of Prince
Cozenach
Prince Cozenach, Prince Ronald's father
Princess Anitn, his wife
Countess S'tasi, his niece
The Cast will include :
NORA GRUHN, BOBBIE COMBER , HORACE PERCIVAL , JAN VAN DER GUCHT, WYNNE AJELLO , DORA GREGORY , J. HUBERT LESLIE ,
ROBERT PERCY , EDWARD REACH
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA and THE
WIRELESS CHORUS
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON






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