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RADIO CABARET FROM PARIS

(with the co-operation of Radio Diffusion Frangaise), presented by Pierre Lefevre , with Josette Bayde , Jose Christian , Anna Marly and* Spiers and his Ensemble. Produced by Jacques Pauline
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Cabaret from Paris

All-star entertainment specially presented for British listeners by Pierre Lefevre, and brought to you direct from Paris in co-operation with Radiodiffusion Francaise.
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CABARET FROM PARIS

All-star entertainment specially presented for British listeners by Pierre Lefevre , and brought to you direct from Paris in cooperation with Radiodiffusion Frangaise
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Cabaret from Paris

All-star entertainment specially presented for British listeners by Pierre Lefèvre, and brought to you direct from Paris in co-operation with Radiodiffusion Française
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CABARET FROM PARIS

All-star entertainment specially presented for British listeners by Pierre Lefevre , and brought to you direct from Paris- in co-operation with Radiodiffusion Franchise
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' CABARET FROM PARIS '

Specially presented for British listeners by Pierre Lefevre , and brought to you direct from Paris in co-operation with Radiodiffusion. Francaise
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CABARET

featuring Ronald Frankau and Sim Grossman and his Music, with Gloria Kane and Cyril Stewart. From the Sandacres Hotel, Poole
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'LUNCH-TIME CABARET*

with Carmen Miranda , Fats Waller , and Woody Herman and his Orchestra: on records
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SATURDAY CONTRASTS

in sport and entertainment
Snooker
Joe Davis v. Horace Lindrum. Commentary by Willie Smith. From the Houldsworth Hall , Manchester
9.5 Cabaret
John Ellison introduces Dickie Maxwell , Jerry Kenton , Stanley King, and visiting celebrities. From the Cromwell Club, London
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SATURDAY NIGHT OUT'

Contrasts in sport and entertainment
8.45 Small-Bore Rifle Shooting. Edinburgh v. London: disc-shooting match, for medals presented by the BBC
9.5 Dance Cabaret. Brian Johnston introduces Frank Weir with his Band; Margaret and Robert Adair with songs at the piano. From Fischer's Restaurant. London
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' SATURDAY NIGHT OUT'

Contrasts in sport and entertainment Boxing
Stewart MacPherson describes the Boxing Tournament for teams from youth organisations at the Empire Pool and Sports Arena, Wembley, organised by ' The Star ' in association with Wembley Stadium. Ltd.
9.5 Cabaret
John Ellison introduces Jack Warner and Eddie Carroll and his Band, when town workers meet country colleagues at the Hammersmith Town Hall
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JEAN SABLON

The famous French cabaret singer broadcasting for the Light Programme from Paris, with Noel Chi boust and his Quintet
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Saturday Night Out

In the last broadcast of this series visits are made to
Bertram Mills Circus where Stewart MacPherson and Wynford Vaughan Thomas watch 'The Circus on the Move' from Windsor to Reading
8.55 The Regal, Wimbledon where Gerald Shaw throws a new light on the cinema organ
9.5 The Garter Club, London where John Ellison introduces the cabaret, with Irene Prador the Brown Brothers and Ronnie Birch, and Sidney Gross and the Garter Club Sextet.
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JEAN SABLON

the well-known French cabaret singer, broadcasting for the Light Programme from Paris, with Noel Chiboust and his Quintet.
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AFTERNOON CABARET

with Guy Lombardo , Kay Weber and Sonny Schuyler , Fats Waller and Bennie Paine , Eddie Peabody , and Carson Robison and his Pioneers: on gramophone records
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JEAN SABLON

The famous French cabaret singer in a broadcast recorded specially in Paris for the Light Programme, with Noel Chiboust and his Quintet
Light Programme

JEAN SABLON

The famous French cabaret singer in a broadcast recorded specially in Paris for the Light Programme, with Pierre Spiers and his Orchestra
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'CARROLL'S CABARET'

presenting Yvonne Arnaud , Sylvie Saint Clair , Jean Cavall , and Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra. Introduced by Roy Rich
Light Programme

JEAN SABLON

The famous French cabaret singer in a broadcast recorded specially in Paris for the Light Programme, with Pierre Spiers and his Orchestra
Light Programme

JEAN SABLON

The famous French cabaret singer in a broadcast recorded, specially in Paris for the Light Programme, with Pierre Spiers and his Orchestra






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