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'TEA-TIME CABARET

with Mary Martin , Johnny Mercer , Bing Crosby , and Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, on records
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FRENCH CABARET

Record programme, arranged and presented by Lilian Duff
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Teatime Cabaret

from the Continental Restaurant, Bournemouth, with the Lbew Brothers, ' Hubert Edith Lewin , Peter Valerio, and Leonard's Orchestra under the direction of Michael Spivakowsky. Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
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TEA-TIME CABARET'

featuring the Three Peppers, Count-Basie at the piano, Nelson Eddy and Jeanette Macdonald. Dancing to Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy. (Gramophone records)
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'TEATIME CABARET'

featuring Carmen Miranda , Fats Waller , the Foursome, and dancing to Woody Herman and his Orchestra, on gramophone records
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Orchestre Montmartre

Directed by Albert Sandler, with Yvette Darnac and Georges Darnac
Yvette Darnac, the versatile Fighting French artist who appears with the Orchestre Montmartre this afternoon, has played and sung in musical comedy, cabaret, and vaudeville. She first broadcast in this country in the Savoy Hill days.
Georges is an accomplished musician who plays several instruments, including the saxophone and the viola, and sings in five languages.
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'CABARETTE'

Miniature cabaret, presented by Leslie Bridgmont
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'TEA-TIME CABARET'

Records of Frances Day, and Ambrose and his Orchestra
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DANCE CABARET

Listen to Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell, Lyle Evans , and Eva Bey -non, and dance to Melville Christie and his Dance Orchestra, with David Henri. From the New Theatre Ballroom, Amesbury. Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
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'THERE'LL BE SEVEN FOR TEA'

Nan Kenway and Douglas Young, Freddie Packham , Thea Wells , and Edward Cooper (by permission of Firth Shephard ), with Clive Richard -son and Tony Lowry at two pianos, in a tea-time, cabaret presented by Reginald Smith
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'LUNCH-TIME CABARET'

with Jean Merrill , Brian Lawrance 'and the Lansdowne House Sextet, Hildegarde, and Turner Layton. (Gramophone records)
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TEA-TIME CABARET

with Peter Valerio , Cherry Lind , Hubert, and Leonard's Orchestra, under the direction of .Michael Spivakowsky . Presented by Leslie Bridgmont . From the Continental Restaurant, Bournemouth
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CARIBBEAN CABARET

Gramophone programme of West Indian artists and rhythms
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' ENTERTAINMENT AT TEN '

featuring Jack and Daphne Barker , Esther Coleman and others. The Cabaret Orchestra. Produced by Joan C)ark
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ENSA Half-Hour

'International Cabaret'. Variety concert with Yvette Darnac (France), Dela Lipinskaya (Russia), Suzie Marquis (Belgium), Bob Snoek (Holland), Danuta Grymska (Poland). Presented by the Department of National Service Entertainment (NAAFI)
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'AT THE CAFE CONTINENTAL'

Where Free Europeans meet in London, to hear the music of the Orchestre Montmartre" directed by Albert Sandier. Lorraine La Fosse sings in the cabaret. Georges, the proprietor, is reserving a table for you
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'AT THE CAFE CONTINENTAL'

Where Free Europeans meet in London, to hear the music of the Orchestre Montmartre, directed by Albert Sandler. Lorraine La Fosse sings in the cabaret. Georges, the proprietor, is reserving a table for you






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