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from The Radio Ball
arranged by The Cardiff and District Radio Club
Relayed from The Mayfair Cafe, Cardiff

Stuart Ross
Songs at the Piano

Stuart Ross and Joe Sargent
In Syncopated Harmony

The Mayfair Dance Orchestra
Under the direction of Peter Coleman

(See centre of page)

Contributors

Singer/Pianist:
Stuart Ross
Singer:
Joe Sargent
Musicians:
The Mayfair Dance Orchestra
Orchestra direction:
Peter Coleman

Relayed from The Grove Park, Weston-Super-Mare
Ronald Frankau (The Erudite Comedian), Renee Roberts (Soubrette-Dancer), Maitland Moss (Monologist-Drummer), Ernest Bertram (Bass-Baritone), Cynthia Reece (Harpist), Conrad Leonard (Pianist-Composer), Gwen Alban (Comedienne-Pianiste)

Stage Directions
A Burlesque by Ronald Frankau
Scene: Impossible.
Time: Immaterial

Contributors

Comedian:
Ronald Frankau
Soubrette-Dancer:
Renee Roberts
Monologist-Drummer:
Maitland Moss
Bass-Baritone:
Ernest Bertram
Harpist:
Cynthia Reece
Pianist-Composer:
Conrad Leonard
Comedienne-Pianiste:
Gwen Alban
Writer (Stage Directions):
Ronald Frankau
Mrs. John Newnham:
Kathleen Ingram
Mr. John Newnham:
Maitland Moss
The 'New' Mrs. Ralph Newnham:
Gwen Alban
Ralph Newnham:
Ronald Frankau
The Butler:
Conrad Leonard
The Late Mrs. Ralph Newnham:
Rexee Roberts

Artists
Ronald Frankau (The Erudite Comedian), Renee Roberts (Soubrette Dancer), Maitland Moss (Monologist-Drummer), Ernest Bertram (Bass-Baritone), Cynthia Reece (Harpist), Conrad Leonard (Pianist-Composer), Gwen Alban (Comedienne-Pianist)

Contributors

Comedian:
Ronald Frankau
Dancer:
Renee Roberts
Monologist-Drummer:
Maitland Moss
Bass-Baritone:
Ernest Bertram
Harpist:
Cynthia Reece
Pianist-Composer:
Conrad Leonard
Comedienne-Pianist:
Gwen Alban

Relayed from The Grove Park, Weston-Super-Mare
Ronald Frankau (The Erudite Comedian), Renee Roberts (Soubrette-Dancer),
Maitland Moss (Monologist-Drummer), Ernest Bertram (Bass-Baritone), Cynthia Reece (Harpist), Conrad Leonard (Pianist-Composer), Gwen Alban (Comedienne-Pianist)

The Kittens

Sketch The Power of Suggestion
by Ronald Frankau

Contributors

Comedian/Writer (The Power of Suggestion):
Ronald Frankau
Soubrette/Dancer:
Renee Roberts
Monologist/Drummer:
Maitland Moss
Bass-baritone:
Ernest Bertram
Harpist:
Cynthia Reece
Pianist/Composer:
Conrad Leonard
Comedienne/Pianist:
Gwen Alban

Relayed from The Grove Park, Weston-Super-Mare
Artists:
Ronald Frankau (The Erudite Comedian), Renee Roberts (Soubrette-Dancer), Maitland Moss (Monologist-Drummer), Ernest Bertram (Bass-Baritone), Cynthia Reece (Harpist), Conrad Leonard (Pianist-Composer), Gwen Alban (Comedienne-Pianist)

The Cabaret Kittens
Have you seen a yellow Man?; Sit down - Frankau and Barnes
Susie's Sister - Leslie Sarony

Maitland Moss and Ronald Frankau
Yo-ho - Elliott and Frankau

Cynthia Reece (Harp)
Men of Harlech - arr. John Thomas
Humoreske - Dvorak

The Kittens
Sketch "The Servant Question" -Frankau
Scene: A Drawing Room

Ernest Bertram
Harlequin - Sanderson
Onaway, awake, beloved - Cowen

Gwen Alban and Ronald Frankau
Twins - Frankau and Wilcock
Boastin' Bella - Frankau and Leonard

Maitland Moss
What shall I be like at Sixty? - Frankau

Gwen Alban and Conrad Leonard
Interlude - Chaminade
Ducks and Drakes - Conrad Leonard

Ronald Frankau
In a little Garage; Mother loves me - Frankau and Leonard

The Kittens
Waiting for the Kiss that you forgot - Frankau and Barnes

Contributors

Comedian:
Ronald Frankau
Soubrette-Dancer:
Renee Roberts
Monologist-Drummer:
Maitland Moss
Bass-Baritone:
Ernest Bertram
Harpist:
Cynthia Reece
Pianist-Composer:
Conrad Leonard
Comedienne-Pianist:
Gwen Alban
The Master (The Servant Question):
Ronald Frankau
The Mistress (The Servant Question):
Gwen Alban
The Servant (The Servant Question):
Renee Roberts

(See centre of page)

To be broadcast from Cardiff tonight at 9.35

'Munitions of Mercy'
A Fireman's Programme, arranged by Harold Markham
Played by the Cardiff Radio Players

I. The Fire Brigade Committee of Sloeborough agrees with the Mayor that it is better to be merciful to the ratepayers than to have a new equipment for the Fire Brigade. There is one dissentient, Councillor Looms.
Alderman Sir Archibald Ackroid, Mayor of Sloeborough
Alderman Wrigglesworth, Chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee
Councillor George Looms, a grocer, also of the Committee
Colonel Horlington, also of the Committee

II. Councillor Looms is defeated, but not vanquished

III. The Sloeborough Fire Brigade holds its annual dinner
Captain Jim Mainbrace, Chief Officer of the Sloeborough Fire Brigade
Mr. William Hawkins, the Volunteer Second Officer of the Brigade
Marshall, Foreman Fireman of the Brigade
Walker, First Driver of the Brigade
Smithers, a Fireman of the Brigade
Captain Challis, Chief Officer of the Silverford Brigade

IV. An Urgent Call

V. The Rescue
Mademoiselle Elise, a Cabaret Dancer

A Fireman's Programme
I
The Fire Brigade Committee of Sloeborough agrees with the Mayor that it is better to be merciful to the ratepayers than to have new equipment for the Fire Brigade. There is one dissentient. Councillor Looms, who supports the Chief of the Fire Brigade
II
Councillor Looms is defeated, but not vanquished.
III
The Sloeborough Fire brigade celebrates its annual dinner.
IV
An Urgent Call
V
The Rescue

Contributors

Arranged by:
Harold Markham
lderman Sir Archibald Askroid, Mayor of Sloeborough:
Richard Barron
Alderman Wrigglesworth, Chairman of the Fire Brigade-Committee:
D. Haydn Davies
Councillor George Looms, a grocer, also of the Committee:
Gilbert Heron
Colonel Hodington, also of the Committee:
Jack Parkin
Captain Jim Mainbrace, Chief Officer of the Sloeborough Fire Brigade:
Bruce Belfrage
Mr. William Hawkins, the Volunteer Second - Officer of the Brigade:
Jacque Tuomas
Marshall, Foreman Fireman of the Brigade:
Sidney Evaks
Walker, First Driver of the Brigade:
Jack Parkin
Smithers a Fireman of the Brigade:
D. Haydn Davies
Captain Challis, Chief Officer of the Silverford Brigade:
T. Hannam-Clark
Mademoiselle Elise, a Cabaret Dancer:
Margaret Davies

A Fireman's Programme

I. The Fire Brigade Committee of Sloeborough, for example, agrees with the Mayor that it is better to be merciful to the rate-payers than to have new equipment for the Fire Brigade. There is one dissentient, Councillor Looms, who supports the Chief of the Fire Brigade.

II. Councillor Looms is defeated, but not vanquished

III. The Sloeborough Fire Brigade celebrates its annual dinner

IV. An Urgent Call

V. The Rescue

Contributors

Arranged by:
Harold Markham
Alderman Sir Archibald Ackroid, Mayor of Sloeborough:
Richard Barron
Alderman Wrigglesworth, Chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee:
D. Haydn Davies
Councillor George Looms, a grocer, also of the Committee:
Gilbert Heron
Colonel Horlington, also of the Committee:
Jack Parkin
Captain Jim Mainbrace, Chief Officer of the Sloeborough Fire Brigade:
Bruce Belfrage
Mr. William Hawkins, the Volunteer Second Officer of the Brigade:
Jacque Thomas
Marshall, Foreman Fireman of the Brigade:
Sidney Evans
Walker, First Driver of the Brigade:
Jack Parkin
Smithors, a Fireman of the Brigade:
D. Haydn Davies
Captain Challis, Chief Officer of tho Silverford Brigade:
T. Hannam-Clark
Mademoiselle Doria, a Cabaret Dancer:
Margaret Davies

A Cameo by Gordon McConnel.
Featuring Yvette, The Quaint Comedienne

On the eve of Yvette's debut in a London Cabaret Show, Mac, the Muddlehead, has taken her for a run in a borrowed car to get a breath of fresh country air before dinner. They alight in a pleasant sylvan spot. It is a balmy evening, birds are warbling, brooks are burbling and so is Mac, simply because

Whereupon a thundercloud darkens the sky, hailstones hurtle, and a wintry wind gives rise to a deep depression. Soon, however, the setting sun beams forth with renewed vigour and Yvette rehearses her cabaret numbers; after which the appearance of a new moon on the horizon heralds the intrusion of Cupid, and they return to town -
Feeling Sentimental

Contributors

Writer:
Gordon McConnel
Herself:
null Yvette

The Station Trio, John Henry, Ernest George's Society Orchestra.
Cabaret
by Artists from the Theatre Royal, Bristol, in Excerpts from the Pantomime, "Sinbad the Sailor".
(By kind permission of Mr. Douglas Miller)
Duet, Hermon Wills and Constance Studholme, "I Heard A Voice".
Winifred Ward (Sinbad) and the Empire Girls, "Alabamy Bound".
Fred Spencer (Mrs. Sinbad), "Do Kippers Swim Folded or Flat?"
George Lacey (Tinbad the Tailor), "Nautical Nonsense''.
Grace Hartington, "Roses of To-Day".
Winifred Ward and the Empire Girls, "Seminola".

Contributors

Musicians:
The Station Trio
Entertainer:
John Henry
Musicians:
Ernest George's Society Orchestra
Singer:
Hermon Wills
Singer:
Constance Studholme
Singer:
Winifred Ward
Singers:
The Empire Girls
Singer:
Fred Spencer
Singer:
George Lacey
Singer:
Grace Hartington

(Bal Masque and Cabaret.)
Relayed from the City Hall.
Muzikants Dance Band (By kind permission of Messrs. Cox and Sons.), Austin C. Moreton's Dance Band, The London Avonmore Cabaret, Dancing
8.0 p.m. till 1.0 a.m.
Proceeds to provide a Wireless Installation at the Glan Ely Hospital.

Contributors

Musicians:
Muzikants Dance Band
Musicians:
Austin C. Moreton's Dance Band