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6BM Bournemouth


Presented by BERT GREY .
Relayed from Alexandra Gardens,
6BM Bournemouth


relayed from the King's Hall Rooms Directed by ALEX. WAINWRIGHT

Call me Early - Nicholls
Jack-m-the-Box - Nicholls
June Rose - Mayerl
Talking to the Moon - Baskette
Hard-to-Get Gertie - Ager
That Sweetie of Mine - Campbell
I'm Flirting with You . - Leonard
Love's - Dream
I'm Terriblv in Love - Ellis
Horses - Gay
Behind the Clouds - Feldman
Tango, Deception ' - Filipotto
Tango. Mariano ' - While
Susie Was a Real Wild Child - Leslie Sarony
Castle in Spain - Jones
Dreamy Carolina Moon - James
Speak - Nicholls
Nelly Kelly Cabaret - Carlton
Poor Papa - Buddy
Chinese Moon - Nussbaum
Cecilia - Dreyer
Carolina - Condor
Coming through the Cornfield - Nicholls
6BM Bournemouth


In Russian Folk Songs and a Cabaret Number.
6BM Bournemouth

Entre Nous

The B.B.C.'s Concert Party
In a Radio Revuette
Written, composed and directed by Gordon McConnel and Stanford Robinson
With additional numbers by
Various Composers
'Entre-Nous' includes the first performance of W.O.W. (Whosit's Omnipotent
The following Radio artists are taking part:
John Armstrong, Vivienne Chatterton, Harold Clemence, Esther Coleman, Rex Evans, Florence Oldham, Foster Richardson, Yvette

This is not a Cabaret Show, nor yet a Concert Party, nor is it a Revue proper. The principals are also the chorus, and they include four first-class vocalists, two brilliant pianists, a first-rate comedian, and a popular soubrette.

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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