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BBC Television

Cabaret

with Ronald Frankau, Comedian, Michaelson, Cartoonist, Paddy Brown, Diseuse and The June Dancers.
In addition to the June Dancers, an unusual dancing act, Michaelson, a cartoonist whom viewers have seen before, and Paddy Brown, a diseuse who has been very successful in West-End non-stop revue, this evening's cabaret is noteworthy for the appearance of Ronald Frankau.
The son of Frank Danby and the younger brother of Gilbert Frankau, the novelists, Ronald Frankau left Eton and slowly but determinedly drifted on to the stage. He made his first appearance in the chorus of A Country Girl at Daly's. His first real success was with his own concert party, called 'The Cabaret Kittens'. Since December 1934, his double act on the air with Tommy Handley as Murgatroyd and Winterbottom has been one of the highlights of broadcast Variety. On the stage and in cabaret Ronald Frankau is now one of the biggest attractions. He is entertaining both as a singer and as a raconteur.
BBC Radio 3

Cabaret

Holland takes its pleasures seriously. It takes the Cabaret particularly seriously. It is included in the syllabus of many schools and Amsterdam has its own Academy of Cabaret Arts.
Wim Ibo traces the development of the Cabaret from its origins in the Parisian literary clubs of the 1890s to its unique position in Dutch showbusiness and introduces a performance by Paul Van Vliet in an ex cerpt from his one-man show, The Truth Behind the Dukes. Music by the ROB VAN KREEVELD QUARTET
BBC Two England

Cabaret

The feature film starring Liza Minnelli
Who tells RADIO TIMES '
Who could ever forget Sally Bowles ? I have always felt very fortunate to have been given the rare and delicious opportunity to portray someone so totally unique, so strong and well-rounded as a character. I always knew I was doing something special with Cabaret.
'
Joel Gray
Michael York
Who tells RADIO TIMES
*
I knew Christopher Isherwood and had met him beforehand, so I was very conscious of the fact that I was portraying him and very proud to be doing it. I remember Cabaret as being one of those really happy times when everyone got on. ' Bob Fosse 's brilliant musical adaptation of Christopher Isherwood 's Goodbye to Berlin opens a new season of well-known literary works set to music.
A bitter-sweet and ambivalent love affair, between cabaret singer Sally Bowles and the naive young Englishman she takes under her wing. develops in the decadent Berlin cafe society of the 30s, while violence in the streets escalates so smoothly, the inhabitants hardly notice - unless they happen to be Jews.
Screenplay by JAY ALLEN Produced by CY FEUER
Choreographed and directed by BOB FOSSE
Films: pages 16-17
(First showing on British television)
2LO London

Rex Evans' Cabaret

Demised and written by ROWLAND LEIGH and REX EVANS
ANONA WINN
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
BASIL HOWES and REX EVANS
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
BEFORE the 'event of the evening' - namely, the broadcasting of the first of this year's season of 'Proms,' - comes, in more flippant mood, the second presentation by Rex Evans , of his half-hour cabaret. If you are a regular listener, you know all about Rex Evans, that he sings syncopated songs, that he has rapidly achieved 'star' rank in the world of smart cabaret.
His collaborator in this show, Rowland Leigh, is a young Oxford man with a real gift for snappy topical lyrics. He has written 'the words' for Sophie Tucker, Beatrice Lillie, etc., and leaves shortly for New York, where he has been commissioned to do the lyrics for a new show with music by the late Leslie Stuart.
BBC Television

Cabaret: Eric Wild and his Tea-Timers

with Anne Lenner.

Eric Wild's Tea-Timers are an unusual combination consisting of a xylophone played by Gilbert Webster, bass by Fred Underhay, guitar Eric Robinson, saxophone Ken Bray, trombone Bill Tesky, and cornet by Eric Wild. It specialises in the soft, rhythmic style of playing. All these players are members of the BBC Television Orchestra.
Nearly three years ago, Carroll Gibbons heard this evening's vocalist, petite Anne Lenner, singing in a night club. Soon afterwards she signed a long-term contract to appear with him at the Savoy. She made her television début on January 2, with a band that was assembled and conducted by Val Rosing. Her first stage appearance was at the age of thirteen, when she was one of the Babes in The Babes in the Wood. Before joining Carroll Gibbons she made a big name for herself in cabaret and revue. Her sister, Judy Shirley, took part in "Cabaret Cartoons", which was televised on Monday, January 18.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Walsh and Barker
Rosarito, Spanish dances
Peter Godfrey

Walsh and Barker, though they come from America, have been well known in this country for a long time on the music-hall stage, and in films, radio, and television. Their ingenious original material has also made them great favourites as a sophisticated cabaret turn, and the television screen provides an especially suitable medium for their style, as viewers may already know from their appearance in 'Cabaret Cruise' some weeks ago.
Peter Godfrey, who is only thirty-seven years old, has been associated in his career with an enormous variety of undertakings in the spheres of the music-hall, film directing, the circus, play-writing, the repertory stage, and theatrical management. He was the founder of the Gate Theatre, which he directed from 1925 to 1934.
Regional Programme London

Television Cabaret

(Sound and Vision, No. 4)
Presented by Harry Pringle and Archie Campbell
Tonight's artists include:
Nelson Keys
Neila Goodelle American Singer
Walsh and Barker
Duettists
Marjorie Dale
The Singing Cigarette Girl
The Six Grosvenor House Charm
Girls with Hyam Greenbaum and The BBC Television Orchestra
Compere, Russell Swann
Television Cabaret - the first cabaret programme to be presented jointly by television and radio producers from the BBC television studios at Alexandra Palace - has been designed to provide an entertainment of equal interest to both listeners and viewers. It is not merely the sound part of a television broadcast, but it is a complete radio programme in itself.
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Grand Hotel, Torquay
Listen to
Joan Miller
In American Character Comedy
Marriott Edgar
In Lancashire Monologues
Greta Gaye
The Glamour Girl and dance to
Harry Evans and his Band with Reg Mitchell
Freddie Noakes
In addition to Greta Gave , the Glamour Girl, and Marriott Edgar , a comedian with a remarkable gift for writing humorous Lancashire monologues (many of which have become world famous through the lips of Stanley Holloway), this cabaret bill is notable for the inclusion of Joan Miller. A ' straight' actress as well as a cabaret artist, she is known to television viewers for her weekly appearances in ' Picture Page '. She has taken part in this feature regularly ever since the first edition was televised from Alexandra Palace in November, 1936.
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
The cabaret artists are
Three in Harmony
Elva, Yolande, and Dorothy
Tollefsen the wizard of the accordion
Lina Menova the Russian cabaret star
Leslie Weston entertainer and dancing to
Billy Bissett and his Canadians with The Canadian
Capers Alice Mann
BBC Two England

International Cabaret

from London's Talk of the Town
Introduced by Kenneth Williams starring
From America The Three Degrees
From Sicily Vincent Zarra
From France Philip Genty
From Yugoslavia Les Panto
Tonight, International Cabaret Stars THE THREE DEGREES, who in this month have had their record at the top of the charts. International Cabaret producer ERNEST MAXIN said after their opening at Talk of the Town, ' They are just sensational! '
Script by KENNETH Williams and PETER ROBINSON
Musical director ALYN AINSWORTH Designer STEVE BROWNSEY Producer ERNEST MAXIN
BBC Radio 4 FM

Cabaret

Four programmes on the history of cabaret presented by Lisa Appignanesi
1: Montmartre Gives Birth to Cabaret
Rare recordings of ARISTIDE BRUANT and YVETTE GUILBERT , with a newly translated ' black tale ' by ALPHONSE ALLAIS , recreate the atmosphere of Le Chat Noir at the turn of the century. Series producer HUGH PURCELL
BBC Radio 4 FM

Cabaret

A series of four programmes
4: On the Fringes - Post-War Anglo-American Cabaret
Lisa Appignanesi introduces satirists, including MORT SAHL , LENNY BRUCE and PETBR COOK who. in America and Britain, used cabaret to launch full-scale assaults on their societies.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Cabaret

3: London and the Cabaret in Exile
Welcome to the cabaret revived and performed by the surviving members of London's two wartime political cabarets, the Lantern and the Little Theatre; starring AGNES BERMELLE with HANNAH NORBERT and MICHAEL MELLINGER , and compered by Lisa Appignanesi
BBC Radio 2

Cabaret

The latest in Radio 2's series of classic musicals presents one of the greatest ever written -
Cabaret, which became a multi Oscar-winning film.
The original version though is a totally different animal - still containing those great songs - Willkommen, Two Ladies, Tomorrow
Belongs to Me and Cabaret. Three great names of the British theatre,
Steven Berkoff ,
Keith Michell and Rosemary Leach head the cast of this special radio adaptation. With the Stephen Hill Singers and the BBC Concert Orchestra, conducted by Martin Yates.
Producer John Langridge
BBC One London

Cabaret

Bob Fosse 's Oscar-winning musical drama, starring Liza Minnelli
Joel Grey , Michael York
A love affair develops between cabaret singer Sally Bowles and a naive young Englishman in the decadent Berlin cafe society of the thirties, duringthe gradual rise of German fascism.
(1972,15) ♦ See Films: pp 50-57 ***** ♦ What do you mean, you've never seen....Cabaret: page 49
2LO London and 5XX Daventry

Rex Evans' Cabaret

Demised and written by ROWLAND LEIGH and REX EVANS
ANONA WINN
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
BASIL HOWES and REX EVANS
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Personally conducted by JACK PAYNE
BEFORE the 'event of the evening' - namely, the broadcasting of the first of this year's season of ' Proms,' - comes, in more flippant mood, the second presentation by Rex Evans, of his half-hour cabaret. If you are a regular listener, you know all about Rex Evans , that he sings syncopated songs, that he has rapidly achieved 'star' rank in the world of smart cabaret.
His collaborator in this show, Rowland Leigh, is a young Oxford man with a real gift for snappy topical lyrics. He has written 'the words' for Sophie Tucker, Beatrice Lillie, etc., and leaves shortly for New York, where he has been commissioned to do the lyrics for a new show with music by the late Leslie Stuart.
2BE Belfast

"NEW PRINCE'S FRIVOLITIES" CABARET

including the Russian
Cabaret, " Seraia Mish ," and Alfredo and his Dance Band (from Prince's Restaurant, London), relayed from the Ulster Hall. S.B. to Glasgow (11.0-12.0).
5SC Glasgow

"NEW PRINCE'S FRIVOLITIES" CABARET

including the Russian Cabaret. " Seraia Mish. " together with Alfredo and his Dance Band (from Prince's
; Restaurant, London), relayed from the Ulster Hall. S.B. from Belfast.
2LO London

Rex Evans's Cabaret

Devised and written by ROWLAND LEIGH and REX EVANS
ANONA WINN
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
BASIL HOWES and REX EVANS
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Pprsonally conducted by JACK PAYNE
ANOTHER 'revue in miniature' from Rex
Evans and Rowland Leigh. Rex Evans has the intimate art of cabaret at his fingers' tips. The famous syncopated singer is shortly to make his first appearance in revue when Chariot's Show of 1928, as I believe it is to be called, comes to the Vaudeville Theatre. Rex Evans has been associated with Andre Chariot in many of his weekly broadcasts. Be sure to listen tonight. In Rowland Leigh we have one of the cleverest writers of smart lyrics-and Rex Evans and Co. certainly know how to ' put them across.'
5XX Daventry

Rex Evans's Cabaret

Devised and written by ROWLAND LEIGH and REX EVANS
ANONA WINN
LAWRENCE ANDERSON
BASIL HOWES and REX EVANS
THE B.B.C. DANCE ORCHESTRA
Pprsonally conducted by JACK PAYNE
ANOTHER 'revue in miniature' from Rex
Evans and Rowland Leigh. Rex Evans has the intimate art of cabaret at his fingers' tips. The famous syncopated singer is shortly to make his first appearance in revue when Chariot's Show of 1928, as I believe it is to be called, comes to the Vaudeville Theatre. Rex Evans has been associated with Andre Chariot in many of his weekly broadcasts. Be sure to listen tonight. In Rowland Leigh we have one of the cleverest writers of smart lyrics-and Rex Evans and Co. certainly know how to ' put them across.'






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