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5WA Cardiff

RONALD FRANKAU'S CABARET KITTENS

Artists
RONALD FRANKAU (The Erudite Comedian)
RENEE ROBERTS (Soubrette Dancer)
MAITLAND Moss (Monologist-Drummer)
ERNEST Bertbam (Bass-Baritone)
CYNTHIA REECE (Harpist)
CONRAD LEONARD (Pianist-Composer)
GWEN ALBAN (Comedienne-Pianist)
5WA Cardiff

RONALD FRANKAU'S ' Cabaret Kittens '

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 (Comedienna-Pianist)
THE KITTENS
' The Power of Suggestion ' by RONALD FRANKAU
5WA Cardiff

RONALD FRANKAU'S CABARET KITTENS

Relayed from
THE GROVE PARK, WESTON-SUPER-MARE
RONALD FRANKAU (The Erudite Comedian)
RENEE ROBERTS (Soubrette-Dancer)
MAITLAND Moss (Monologist-Drummer)
ERNEST BERTRAM (Bans-Baritone)
CYNTHIA REECE (Harpist)
CONRAD LEONARD (Pianist-Composer)
GWEN ALBAN (Comedienne-Pianiste)
' Stage Directions'
A Burlesque by RONALD FRANKAU
Scene : Impossible. Time : Immaterial
5WA Cardiff

RONALD FRANKAU'S 'CABARET KITTENS'

Relayed from
The GROVE PARK, WESTON-SUPER-MARE
Artists
RONALD FRANKAU (The Erudite Comedian)
RENEE ROBERTS (Soubretto-Daneer)
MAITLAND Moss (Monologist-Drummer) ERNEST BERTRAM (Bass-Baritone) CYNTHIA REECE (Harpist)
CONRAD LEONARD (Pianist-Composer) GWEN ALBAN (Comedienne-Pianist) Scene : A Drawing Room Cast
5WA Cardiff

Cabaret

from
THE RADIO BALL
DORIS and ELSIE WATERS (Entertainers)
MISCHA MOTTE (the Five-voiced Entertainer)
Relayed from
THE C'lTY HALL, CARDIFF
5WA Cardiff

CABARET

from
THE RADIO BALL arranged by THE CARDIFF AND DISTRICT RADIO
CLUB
Relayed from The Mayfair Caf6, Cardiff
MABEL MARKS
Songs at the Piano
STUART Ross and JOE SARGENT
In Syncopated Harmony
THE MAYFAIR DANCE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of PETER COLEMAN
5WA Cardiff

5WA's Radio Revels

(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.
5WA Cardiff

Some Summer Eve

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
5WA Cardiff

Dance and Revel (Continued)

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".
5WA Cardiff

Morris Owners' Revel

Cabaret and Dance, relayed from The City Hall, Cardiff.
Music by Jack Hylton's Band of the Kit Cat Club, London.
(to 0.00)
5WA Cardiff

Bert Grey's Famous ' Pro Rata'

Concert Party
IN CABARET FOLLIES
Selections from their Repertoire
Relayed from the Pavilion, Llandaff Fields
5WA Cardiff

' Munitions of Mercy'

A Fireman's Programme
Arranged by HAROLD MARKHAM
I
The Fire Brigade Committeo 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
A
II
Councillor Looms is defeated, but not vanquished. ,
III
The Sloeborough Fire brigade celebrates its annual dinner.
IV
An Urgent Call
V
The Rescue
Mademoiselle Elisea Cabaret Dancer
MARGARET DAVIES
5WA Cardiff

Cinema Fete and Fun Fair

In aid of the QUEEN ALEXANDRA MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL, WESTON-SUPER-MARE
Relayed from
THE GROVE PARK, WESTON-SUPER-MARE
Second Day
RONALD FRANKAU 'S CABARET KITTENS
Artists
RONALD FRANKAU (The Erudite Comedian)
RENEE ROBERTS (Soubrctle-Dancer)
MAITLAND Moss (Monologist-Drvmmer)
ERNEST BERTRAM (Bats-Baritone)
CYNTHIA REECE (Harpist)
CONRAD LEONARD (Pianist-Composer)
GWEN ALBAN (Comedienne-Pianist)
5WA Cardiff

The Two Bobs

Entertainers in A Laugh or Two, A Song or Two, A Joke or Two, by A Bob or Two

Bob Adams and Bob Alden, who are prominent among the originators and demonstrators of the present craze for syncopation, begin a week's engagement with the B.B.C. to-day.
Seventeen years ago, when they first came to this country, their particular form of entertainment was practically unknown. Before they came together, the two Bobs were both song writers. At Atlantic City (the Blackpool of the U.S.A.), where songs are made famous overnight, these two artists met. They were both engaged in demonstrating their own particular songs and there sprang up an intimate acquaintance. One night they appeared together in one of the popular cabarets-and they have been together ever since, with ever-increasing success.






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