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National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to
Douglas Byng the Stage and Cabaret Star
Webster Booth the Romantic Tenor
Oliver Wakefield the Voice of Inexperience
Anne Ziegler the Lyric Soprano
Cliff Cooke
Compere and dance to
Billy Thorburn and his Music with Eddie Guery
The Royal Bath Hotel Singers
National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

Radio Party Night from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to :
Binnie Hale
The musical-comedy star
Douglas Byng
The famous cabaret artist
Al and Bob Harvey
The popular radio team
Harold Berens
'something new'
Compere, Kenneth Rainford and dance to :
Benny Loban and his Music
Weavers with Eddie Gurey
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
National Programme Daventry

KERBSIDE CABARET

London's Buskers' Own Show
(St. Martin's Lane Edition)
Written and devised by B. Martin
Marks
Compere, Charles Laughton
Many listeners will remember the last broadcast of Kerbside Cabaret at the end of October last year, when Charles Laughton brought to the microphone a number of the street entertainers, or buskers as they are called, whom he met in connection with his film St. Martin's Lane.
It is generally agreed that this broadcast array of kerbside talent was an outstanding success, so tonight Laughton is again bringing to the microphone some of these delightful characters from the London streets. As before, he will introduce them separately and tell little stories about them.
For some ten minutes of the programme Charles Laughton will give an extract or two from St. Martin's
Lane.
National Programme Daventry

'A Charity Affair'

Written by HERMAN DAREWSKI and C. DENIS FREEMAN
Produced by C. DENIS FREEMAN
The exploits of two Burglars, Bill and Alfhow 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 IAN HARDING
ERIC ANDERSONHERMIONE GINGOLD
REGINALD BECKWITH AGNES LAUCHLAN
ERNEST SEFTON JOAN HARE
FREDERICK W. LLOYD JEANNE MANNERS and Lady TREE. O.B.E.
Special ORCHESTRA conducted by HERMAN DAREWSKI
During the Ball there will be a Cabaret
'WONDER BITS' from 'Wonder Bar ' with WILLIAM CAVANAGH , JOAN GARDINER , JOY SPRING and BETTY FRANKISS
National Programme Daventry

MARIA ELSNER

in ' The Gypsy Princess '
A broadcasting version founded upon the English stage version by Arthur Miller
Lyrics by Arthur Stanley
Music by Emmerich Kalman
The story of Emmerich Kalman's Gypsy Princess concerns Sylva, a cabaret star, and Maria Eisner, who made such a successful debut in The Countess Maritza last November (in spite of the fact that she was suffering from influenza and had to sustain this exacting rôle with a temperature of 101), is coming over to England to play the lead in this revival.
Maria Elsner was for three years at the Dresden Opera House under Fritz Busch ; played the lead in Rheinhardt's production of The Student Prince in Berlin and in Fledermaus in Paris under Bruno Walter, and she has sung in Figaro at the Salzburg Festival. Since her last visit to England she has been playing in operetta at The Hague.
' The Gypsy Princess ' will be repeated in the Regional programme 'tomorrow at 9.0
National Programme Daventry

' Three for a Song '

This show hails from Germany, where it was specially written for the radio. In' carrying out the adaptation for an English audience, Selwyn Jepson , the. well-known novelist, short story and film scenario writer, makes his début in the field of broadcasting. Another notable feature is that Greta Keller -she came over from America specially to fulfil this engagement-and Ronald Hill both play roles that they fill in real life: one is a Continental cabaret star and the other is a composer. Hindle Edgar is a popular artist in the provinces, and is known to listeners for his work with the Air-do-Wells ; the composer of the music, Wilhelm Grosz , is well known in this country for his ' Isle of Capri'.
National Programme London

Television Tranmission by the Baird Process: Russian Cabaret

Olonetz Singers and Players.
Margarita Larina; Lena Parkova; Aksana (Dancer); Vladimir Launitz
Old Moscow Balalaika Orchestra
Alexander Leontieff, Senior; George Leontieff, Junior; Godomsky
Georges Seversky, The Singing Pilot
(Vision, 261.3 m. Sound, 398.9 m.)
National Programme London

'Cabaret'

or ' The Mystery at the Blue Dragon '
By J. C. Canell and Martyn C. Webster
(Daventry National Programme)
National Programme Daventry

'CABARET DISOUES'

Thirty-five minutes of entertainment on gramophone records
National Programme Daventry

CABARET DISQUES

Thirty-Rve minutes of entertainment on gramophone records
National Programme Daventry

Meet Jacques, our host, in 'CUBAN CABARET'

with Ernesto Rittez and his
Orquesta Cubana and EUGENIA TRIGUEZ
THE PHILMONICS
JOHN GLYN-JONES
(By permission of Anmcr Hall)
Continuity by Anthony Hall
National Programme Daventry

'CABARET DISQUES'

Thirty-five minutes of entertainment on gramophone records
National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel
Ballroom, Bournemouth
Listen to
Nelson Keys
The Carlyle Cousins in Close Harmony
Leonard Henry
Comedian and Compere
Mario de Pietro
The Wizard of the Mandoline and dance to
Benny Loban and his Dance Band with The Royal Bath Singers
National Programme Daventry

' CABARET DISQUES'

Forty minutes of entertainment on Gramophone Records
National Programme Daventry

CABARET DISQUES

Thirty-five minutes of entertainment on gramophone records
National Programme Daventry

CABARET DISQUES'

Thirty-five minutes of entertainment on gramophone records
National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

from the Grand Hotel, Torquay
Listen to
Charles Heslop comedian
Tessa Deane the Popular Singer
Cyril Fletcher in odd odes
Jan van der Gucht tenor and dance to
Harry Evans and his Dance Band






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