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Regional Programme Northern

'CHANGE OF AIR'

A Cabaret Entertainment
Devised and produced by Muriel Levy and Joyce Lustgarten with Jessie Driver Taylor Frame Doris Gambell
Muriel Levy
Wilfred Pickles
The compere, Noel Morris
At the pianos, Maurice Arnold and Doris Kenna
Regional Programme London

TEA-TIME CABARET

from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth with Bennett and Williams
' The Jovial Boys with their Phono-fiddles'
Renee Barr soprano
Eric Shrimpton
Spanish and electric guitars
Robert Keys syncopating pianist
Peter Valerio
The wonder accordionist and Leonardi and his Wiener Orchestat
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme London

WESTERN CABARET

No. 4 with Bill Bill Campbell
The Three Van Strattans
Clifford and Marion
Buck Douglas
Larry Adamson
Joe, Steve, and Hank
Harry Lester and his Hayseeds:
Babs May , Goofus Brown , ' 'Pop' Tom Soulsby , Jack Leng , Dug
Duffton, Ted North
The Cavendish Three
Freddie ' Trump ' Wood and the Hill-Billy Band
Presentation by Harry Pringle
(Television Programme)
Regional Programme Northern

REDCAR FOLLIES'

Presented by Ernest Binns , in conjunction with Will A. Jackson with Mark Sheridan ; Elva Ledson ; Freddie Frinton ; Jean Shaw ; Clifford Deri ; Isabel Barrie ; Don Gemmell ; Gwen Ritchie ;
Bobbie I Nelson ; Jack Desborough ; Monica and Nesta from the New Pavilion, Redcar and 'THE LITTLE THEATRE
CABARET'
Under the direction of Harry Tollfree with Tom Hammerton ; Richard Stone ; Tom Kennedy ; Julian Oakley ; Sara Gregory ; Diana Marshall ; Hilda Jackson ; Betty Glover ;
Harry Tollfree from the Little Theatre, Saltbum
Regional Programme Northern

'CHANGE OF AIR'

A Cabaret Entertainment
Devised" and produced by Muriel Levy and Joyce Lustgarten with Jessie Driver
Taylor Frame
Doris Gambell
Muriel Levy
Wilfred Pickles
The Compere, Noel Morris
At the pianos, Maurice Arnold and Doris Kenna
Regional Programme London

Tea-Time Cabaret

from the Continental Restaurant, Bournemouth with Dorothy Brett and Reg Powell in comedy bits and pieces
Renee Barr soprano
Eric Shrimpton
Spanish and electric guitars
Robert Keys syncopating pianist
Peter Valerio the wonder accordionist and Leonardi and his Wiener Orchester
Regional Programme London

ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES No. 10

A composite programme of excerpts from three concert parties
' SUMMER NONSENSE'
Presented by Agnes Bond
Devised and produced by Richard Jerome from the Bandstand Pavilion,
Littlehampton
The company includes :
Gwen Lewis ; Arnold Crowther ; Mary Spencer Smith ; Freddy Payne and Peggy Keith ; Alec John ;
Sybil Summerfield ; Fred Gwyn
Supported by John Allen 's Orchestra with Barry Humphreys (pianist)
' LITTLE THEATRE CABARET'
Under the direction of Harry Tollfree from the Little Theatre, Saltburn
The company includes :
Tom Hammerton ; Richard Stone ; Jeff Searles ; Julian Oakley ; Sara Gregory ; Diana Marshall ; Hilda Jackson Betty Glover ; Harry
Tollfree
'REVELS OF 1939'
Presented by Scott Gordon from the Granville Pavilion,
Ramsgate
The company includes :
Scott Gordon ; Patricia Beryl ; Teresa Watson ; Anthony Neville ; Fred Lewis ; Jimmy Edwards and Stella Dare ; Marie Hall-Blockley ;
Ella Drummond
The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper
Regional Programme Wales

'ROUND THE CONCERT PARTIES 1, No. 10

A composite programme of excerpts from three concert parties
' SUMMER NONSENSE'
Presented by Agnes Bond
Devised and produced by Richard Jerome from the Bandstand Pavilion,
Littlehampton
The company includes :
Gwen Lewis ; Arnold Crowther ;
: Mary Spencer Smith ; Freddy Payne and Peggy Keith ; Alec John ;
Sybil Summerfield ; Fred Gwyn
Supported by John Allen 's Orchestra with Barry Humphreys (pianist)
' LITTLE THEATRE CABARET'
Under the direction of Harry Tollfree from the Little Theatre, Saltturn
The company includes :
Tom Hammerton ; Richard Stone ; Jeff Searles ; Julian Oakley ; Sara Gregory ; Diana Marshall ; Hilda Jackson ; Betty Glover ; Harry
Tollfree
' REVELS OF 1939 '
Presented by Scott Gordon from the Granville Pavilion,
Ramsgate
The company includes
Scott Gordon ; Patricia Beryl ; Teresa Watson ; Anthony Neville ; Fred Lewis ; Jimmy Edwards and Stella Dare; Marie Hall-Blockley ;
Ella Drummond
The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper
(Regional)
Regional Programme Northern

THE LITTLE THEATRE CABARET

Under the direction of Harry Tollfree with Tom Hammerton ; Richard Stone ; Jeff Searles ; Julian Oakley ; Sara Gregory ; Diana Marshall ; Hilda Jackson ; Betty Glover ;
Harry Tollfree from the Little Theatre, Saltbum and Mantovani and his Orchestra with Stella Roberta and Jack Plant and Variety from Butlin's Holiday Camp,
Skegness
Regional Programme Northern

'CHANGE OF AIR'

A cabaret entertainment devised and produced by Muriel Levy and Joyce Lustgarten with Jessie Driver
Taylor Frame
Doris Gambell
Muriel Levy
Wilfred Pickles
The compere, Noel Morris
At the pianos, Maurice Arnold and Doris Kenna
Regional Programme London

TEA-TIME CABARET

from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth with Gerald Casson bass-baritone
Arthur Pond the scandalmonger
Renee Barr soprano
Peter Valerio the wonder accordionist
Eric Shrimpton
Spanish and electric guitars
Robert Keys syncopating pianist and Leonardi and his Wiener
Orchester
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme Western

TEA-TIME CABARET

from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth with Stanford and McNaughton the wise jesters
Renee Barr soprano
Peter Valerio the wonder accordionist
Robert Keys syncopating pianist
Eric Shrimpton
Spanish and electric guitars and Leonardi and his Wiener Orchester
Regional Programme London

TEA-TIME CABARET

from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth with Stanford and McNaughton the wise jesters
Renee Barr soprano
Peter Valerio the wonder accordionist
Robert Keys syncopating pianist
Eric Shrimpton
Spanish and electric guitars and Leonardi and his Wiener Orchester
Regional Programme Northern

'CHANGE OF AIR'

A cabaret entertainment devised and produced by Muriel Levy and Joyce Lustgartcn with Jessie Driver
Taylor Frame
Doris Gambell
Muriel Levy
Wilfred Pickles
The compere, Noel Morris
At the pianos, Maurice Arnold and Doris Kenna
Regional Programme London

TEA-TIME CABARET

from the Continental Restaurant,
Bournemouth with The Batchy Batchelon harmony with footle
Sandy Rowan the Scottish comedian
Sydney Burchall (baritone)
Renee Barr (soprano)
Eric Shrimpton electric and Spanish guitars
Peter Valerio the wonder accordionist
Robert Keys syncopating pianist and Leonardi and his Wiener Orchester
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Polygon Hotel,
Southampton
Listen to
Ronald Frankau the low highbrow with Monte Crick at the piano
Kenneth Blain the intelligent fool
Emilio the wonder accordionist
The Radio Revellers modem mirth and melody
Dick Bentley and George Moon
' You've asked for it' and dance to
Fred Ballerini and his Dance Band
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme London

DANCE CABARET

from the Polygon Hotel,
Southampton
Listen to
Ronald Frankau the low high-brow with Monte Crick at the piano
Kenneth Blain the intelligent fool
Emilio the wonder accordionist
The Radio Revellers modem mirth and melody
Dick Bentley and George Moon
' You've asked for it' and dance to
Fred Ballerini and his Dance Band
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme Northern

'CHANGE OF AIR

A Cabaret Entertainment
Devised and produced by Muriel Levy and Joyce Lustgarten with Jessie Driver
Taylor Frame
Doris Gambell
Muriel Levy
Wilfred Pickles
The compere, David Webster
At the pianos, Maurice Arnold and Doris Kenna
Regional Programme Western

'THE WEST ENTERTAINS'

A composite programme of Variety and cabaret from Bournemouth, Plymouth, and Torquay, celebrating the opening of the West Region's new transmitters
Commentator, John Watt
Dance Cabaret from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth with Claude Dampier
The Professional Idiot
Assisted by Billie Carlyle
Murray and Mooney
Even their relations think they're funny
Chris Gill
' Southland's Dynamic Gentleman'
Benny Loban and his Music
Weavers .
Compère, Kenneth Rainford
Variety from the Palace Theatre, Plymouth with Haver and Lee
The Fun Racketeers
Cabaret from the Grand Hotel, Torquay with Roy Royston and George Gee
The famous comedians
' looking for a job '
Stainless Stephen
' Semi-conscious '
Lyle Evans
The One-Man Revue
Harry Evans and his Dance Band
Devised and produced by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme London

'THE WEST ENTERTAINS'

A composite programme of Variety and cabaret from Bournemouth, Plymouth, and Torquay, celebrating the opening of the West Regions new transmitters
Commentator, John Watt
Dance Cabaret from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth with Claude Dampier
The Professional Idiot
Assisted by Billie Carlyle
Murray and Mooney
Even their relations think they re funny
.Chris Gill
' Southland's Dynamic Gentleman ' and Benny Loban and his Music
Weavers
Compere, Kenneth Rainford
Variety from the Palace Theatre, Plymouth with Haver and Lee
The Fun Racketeers
Cabaret from the Grand Hotel, Torquay with Roy Royston and George Gee
The famous comedians
' looking for a job '
Stainless Stephen ' Semi-conscious '
Lyle Evans
The One-Man Revue and Harry Evans and his Dance Band
Devised and produced by Leslie
Bridgmont






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