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CABARET

from the Empire Day Ball at the Dorchester Hotel, London, held in aid of the Victor Chetwynd Tuberculosis Fund for Allied Ex-Service men. Empire artists in the cabaret include Max Wall , William O'Connor , Albert Whelan , Moira Lister. Dance Band of the Coldstream Guards. Introduced by Brian Johnston
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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

featuring Ronald Frankau and Sim Grossman and his Music, with Gloria Kane and Cyril Stewart. From the Sandacres Hotel, Poole
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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 cooperation with Radiodiffusion Frangaise
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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 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

with Kenneth Home and Helen Clare
From the Ballroom of Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London
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CABARET

with Evelyn Dove , Harold Berens , and the Branksome Tower Hotel Dance Orchestra. From the Branksome Tower Hotel, Bournemouth
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'LUNCH-TIME CABARET*

with Carmen Miranda , Fats Waller , and Woody Herman and his Orchestra: on records
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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
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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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CABARET TIME

John Ellison conducts a tour of three of London's leading West-End restaurants to hear
Viera
From Quaglino's
Jack and Daphne Barker
From the ' 96 ' Lucienne Boyer From the Society
Eddie Carroll and his ' 96 ' Quintet
From the ' 96 '
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Cabaret Time

presenting Marion Hariris
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Cabaret Time

presenting
Nancy Donovan
From the Bagatelle Restaurant
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Cabaret Time

presenting Clifford Stanton
From Quaglino's Restaurant






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