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Forces Programme

CABARET DISQUES

A sophisticated gramophone cabaret, presented by Robin Duff
From 11.10 p.m. to 12.15 a.m.
342.1 m. will radiate the Home
Service programme
Forces Programme

FORCES CABARET

A cabaret entertainment presented by professional artists now serving with the Forces
Arranged and presented by Victor S my the
Forces Programme

CABARET-VARIETY

with Renara, Evelyn Dove ,
Norman Long , and the Central Pier Band
Forces Programme

CHARITY CABARET

with Jack Warner
Paddy Browne
Stanley Holloway
Adelaide Hall
Charlie Kunz from the Cafe de Paris, London
Forces Programme

CABARET VARIETY

with Navarre Patricia Rossborough from a Northern seaside resort
On 877 kc/s 342.1 m.
Forces Programme

FILM CABARET'

with Beryl Orde , Derek Roy, and Billy Cotton and his Band
Forces Programme

Tea-Time Cabaret

from the Continental Restaurant, Bournemouth with Bennett and Williams (the two jovial boys with their phono-fiddles), Renee Barr, Tiny Powell, Thelma Jagger, Peter Valerio and Leonardi and his Orchestra
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

'TEA-TIME CABARET'

From a restaurant in the South with Jack Train , Jack Plant , Tiny Powell , Peter Valerio , and Leonard and his
Orchestra
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

TEA-TIME CABARET

from a restaurant in the South with George Melachrino , Tiny Powell , Peter Valerio , and Leonard and his
Orchestra
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

DANCE CABARET

Stainless Stephen, Dicky Hassett , and Don Twidale and his Band, with Carol Hodgman and Wally Winn
From a Northern seaside resort
Forces Programme

'CABARET UNDER THE STARS'

Entertainment under the blue, with several star turns, on gramophone records
Written and presented by Giorgio R. Foa
Produced by Leslie Perowne
In this programme Giorgio R. Foa invites you to wander with him through little Mediterranean towns, across vineyards, over hillsides, and beside warm harbours, where, under benevolent skies, the people seem always to be making music. From the countries of the guitar, the serenade, and the mandolin come the melodies that you will hear tonight -great tenors such as Gigli and Tito Schipa singing operatic arias, the silvery concord of a mandolin band, the thrumming of a low guitar.
Throughout the programme you will be very much aware of the atmosphere in which such music is born, and there is half an hour's sure-fire entertainment from the first Florentine love ditty to the last sound of the sea washing the Mediterranean shore.
Forces Programme

DANCE CABARET

from a hotel in the South
Listen to :
Oliver Wakefield (' the voice of inexperience '), Jean Colin (the stage and screen star), Jack and Daphne Barker (the sophisticated stylists of song) and dance to :
Gaby Rogers and his music
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Forces Programme

VARIETY CABARET

with Ronald Frankau , Jean Colin , Sutherland Felce, and Simone and his Band
Forces Programme

DANCE CABARET

from a hotel in the South
Listen to Cyril Fletcher , Billy Milton , Bennett and Williams, and dance to Harry Evans and his Dance Band
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont






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