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BBC Television

Cabaret

Anne Ziegler soprano, Gilbert Webster xylophone
The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

Cabaret

The Harris Twins and Loretta, Hand Balancing Speciality
Zoe Wyn, Syncopated Songs
Doray and Chela in Rumba Rhythm
Retta Ray, Tap Dancer
The Knife-Throwing Denvers, Rope Spinning and Knife-Throwing
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Olive Groves
The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

Nelson Keys in: Intimate Cabaret

with Reine Paulet in Continental Songs
At the piano: Evel Burns
The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Flotsam and Jetsam, Ernest Sewell, conjurer, Gladys and Kusserow, dancers,
Inga Andersen, in songs.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Valerie Hobson, Richard Dolman, Ernst and Lotte Berk, Charles Zwar, Edward Cooper and Eric Wild and his Tea-Timers.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Valerie Hobson, Richard Dolman, Ernst and Lotte Berk, Charles Zwar, Edward Cooper and Eric Wild and his Tea-Timers.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Jean Colin, Dolores Dalgarno, Calores and Barri, and Cardello.
(to 22.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret

Lily Morris, James Stewart (comedian), Jessica Merton (dancer), Elsie French and John Mott in 'The Aspidistras'
Cornelius Fisher at the piano

This is the third appearance of that popular music-hall star, Lily Morris. Viewers will remember that she was televised on December 14 and 29. The second act on the bill is James Stewart, an artist who has done everything in vaudeville and concert parties, from roller-skating to acrobatics. In the act he is presenting today, he is to play the part of a tramp, play the piano, and give burlesque impressions of Paderewski and other celebrities. Next is 'The Aspidistras', an unkind but wildly funny burlesque of ballad singing of the Victorian era. Finally, there is Jessica Merton, a favourite dancer with music-hall audiences all over the country who know her well for her partnership with Balliol.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cruise

Commander: A. B. Campbell
In the Passenger List are:
The Geddes Brothers, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Barker, Miss Pamela Randall, Miss Margaret Fry, Mr. Neil Pascall, The Ship's Band

This entertainment will present the lighter side of life on board ship. Commander Campbell, a favourite with both radio listeners and viewers for his sea stories, is in charge of things, and altogether it seems he will have an exceptionally busy time. As well as discharging his official duties, he will give prizes for deck games and compare the ship's concert, and generally attend all the social functions that are considered important at sea. Possibly he will also find an opportunity to tell an anecdote or two. Luckily, several of the passengers happen to be well-known artists who will give a professional touch to the concert.
BBC Television

Cabaret Parade

Scenes from the Jacques-Charles Supper-Time Revue "Paris-Londres" from the Grosvenor House Restaurant with The Manginis, Anita Martell, Cecilia and Diana Wray, Jean Rai, Odette Athos, Marjorie Karr and The Percy Athos Follies.
Scenes: 'Up in the Air', 'Dance of the Hands', 'Havana Hanna', 'Capes'
BBC Television

Sophisticated Cabaret: Gwen Farrar

Originally Gwen Farrar was trained as a cellist by Herbert Walenn, and she made herself famous towards the end of the war through her partnership with Norah Blaney. The two of them appeared in "Pot Luck", "Rats", "Yes!" and "The Punchbowl", and then crossed the Atlantic to make a big hit in the United States. Two of Gwen Farrar's greatest successes were her part of Josephine in "Wonder Bar" at the Savoy, and her revue work at the Vaudeville in Chariot's "Char-a-bang".
BBC Television

Cabaret

with the Western Brothers (Kenneth and George), A.C. Astor, Ventriloquist, Les Trois Matas, Acrobats.
Commere, Sheila Douglas Pennant
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

with The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

International Cabaret

Lu Anne Meredith in Songs and Dances
Joan Miller, 'Grand Hotel, Good Morning!'
The Knife-Throwing Denvers, Western Speciality
Newman, Wheeler and Yvonne, Acrobatic Speciality
Sherkot, Silent Comic
BBC Television

Cabaret Parade

Scenes from the Jacques-Charles Supper-Time Revue "Paris-Londres" from the Grosvenor House Restaurant with The Manginis, Anita Martell, Cecilia and Diana Wray, Jean Rai, Odette Athos, Marjorie Karr and The Percy Athos Follies.
Scenes: 'Up in the Air', 'Dance of the Hands', 'Havana Hanna', 'Capes'
BBC Television

Christmas Cabaret

(Details as 3.0, except that Texas Tommy will not appear)
BBC Television

Cabaret

With Horace Kenney, comedian, the Bavera Trio, skaters, George Jackley, comedian, the Six Gordon Ray Girls.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Walsh and Barker, Drury and Raymond and Charles Heslop.






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