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Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from The Grand Hotel, Torquay
Listen to
Horace Kenney
Always merry and bright
Esther Coleman
The Popular Singer
Eric Christmas
From the ' Gang Show ' and dance to
Harry Evans and his Dance Band with REG MITCHELL
FREDDIE NOKES
SYD GRIFFITHS
Harry Evans is well known to listeners through his broadcasts from Torquay, where his band has been in residence at the Grand Hotel for nearly three years. He has taken part in broadcasts of late-night dance music, including a special programme on Coronation Day, and has appeared in cabaret from the hotel many times. In addition, he has played in studio Variety programmes, singing songs at the piano.
Harry Evans 's usual broadcasting band consists of eleven players. Members of the band also form his Sextette Intime, for which all the numbers are specially arranged by Harry Evans.
Regional Programme London

Eric Ross's 'DAZZLE CABARET'

The cast includes
John Lovering ; Bradley Harris ; Eric Ross ; Ida Williams ; Gordon Freeman ; The Lurgan Sisters ;
Vera White ; Winnie Carwood
Introduced by Harry S. Pepper
It is some eight years now since the Dazzle Cabaret came into being. This was at a time when there was a great deal of talk about anti-dazzle in respect of motor car headlights and the title of the show, suggested at the time, has stuck ever since. ' Dazzle' has appeared at Bexhill-on-Sea where it was run by Will Pepper, and, after his death, by his sons Harry and Dick.
Eric Ross of the Dazzle Company remained for four summer seasons at Bexhill, and afterwards appeared successfully at Sandown, Worthing, Littlehampton, and Bognor Regis. Ida Williams and Eric Ross have broadcast many times with their double turn at the piano, and were often heard in the early days from Savoy Hill. John Lovering has been in the party for the past five or six years. The four Dazzle Girls, Gordon Freeman , and Betty Robb have been with ' Dazzle ' for the past two seasons. The only newcomer to the show is Bradley Harris who appears for the first time at the London microphone.
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to :
Claude Dampier, The Professional Idiot
Assisted by Billie Carlyle
Webster Booth, The Romantic Tenor
Davy Burnaby and Michael North
The Carlyle Cousins In Close Harmony
Al Bowlly, Britain's Ambassador of Song and dance to :
Billy Thorburn and his Music with Eddie Gurey
The Billy Boys.
Billy Thorburn , who provides the dancing in this programme, will be remembered as Uncle Jazz by listeners who tuned in to 2LO in the days of Savoy Hill. One of his most vivid memories of the early days of broadcasting is of a foggy November day, ten thousand feet up in the clouds above Croydon aerodrome, when he played the piano in the world's first broadcast from an aeroplane. He allows no brass in his band, and conducts without a baton from his pianist's stool.
Rarely before have so many famous artists been together in a West of England cabaret. Of special interest is the appearance of Webster Booth, the tenor who has delighted critics with his singing at Covent Garden this season in The Magic Flute and Der Rosenkavalier.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford. Cabaret by O'Shea and Joan, Nosmo King and Hubert, The Rapid Four, Evelyn Dall, Richard Crean's Orchestra.
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel
Ballroom, Bournemouth
Listen to
The Music-Hall Boys
Of the Gay '90's
Cecil Johnson
The Comedy Commentator
The Hawaiian Islanders in Harmony and Melody
Tessa Deane
The Popular Cabaret Star and dance to
Billy Bissett and his Canadians with THE CANADIAN CAPERS
ALICE MANN
Regional Programme London

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to :
Douglas Byng the stage and cabaret star
Jane Carr stage, screen, and radio favourite
Webster Booth the romantic tenor
Anne Ziegler the lyric soprano
Arthur Askey comedian and compere and dance to
Billy Bissett and his Canadians with THE CANADIAN CAPERS
ALICE MANN
National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to
Douglas Byng the Stage and Cabaret Star
Webster Booth the Romantic Tenor
Oliver Wakefield the Voice of Inexperience
Anne Ziegler the Lyric Soprano
Cliff Cooke
Compere and dance to
Billy Thorburn and his Music with Eddie Guery
The Royal Bath Hotel Singers
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Headland Hotel, Newquay listen to
Zelma O'Neil
The Popular Cabaret Star
Leslie Weston
' The Cheery Chatterbox '
The Three Admirals
' Commanders of Melody' and The Dominoes Dance Band
Directed by Shirley Waldron
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by: Bennett and Williams (comedians), Ruth and Billy Ambrose (dancers), The Four Spallas (adagio), Trudi Binar (in songs)
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford, cabaret by Marietta and Rudy (dancers), Joe Adami (clown), Four Spallas (adagio), and Trudi Binar (Miss Czechoslovakia). The BBC Television Orchestra, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
National Programme Daventry

DANCE CABARET

Radio Party Night from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth
Listen to :
Binnie Hale
The musical-comedy star
Douglas Byng
The famous cabaret artist
Al and Bob Harvey
The popular radio team
Harold Berens
'something new'
Compere, Kenneth Rainford and dance to :
Benny Loban and his Music
Weavers with Eddie Gurey
Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Polygon Hotel,
Southampton
Listen to
Anne Ziegler the lyric soprano
Leonard Henry comedian and compere
Suzette Tarri in comedy cameos
Jack Train in character comedy and dance to
Fred Ballerini and his Dance Band
The first broadcast of cabaret from the Polygon Hotel was made last December. Programmes have been broadcast on several occasions since then, and each time the artists have included Fred Ballerini and his dance band, the combination that is appearing this evening.
Regional Programme Western

DANCE CABARET

from the Polygon Hotel,
Southampton
Listen to
Norman Long
' A smile, a joke, and a piano '
Signor Vocalli in vocal burlesques
Tommy Brandon
The Lancashire comedian
The Four Stuarts
Brothers in harmony and dance to
Fred Ballerini and his Dance Band
The first broadcast of cabaret from the Polygon Hotel was made last December. Programmes have been broadcast on several occasions since then. and each time the bill has included Fred Ballerini and his band, the combination that will provide dance music once again this evening.
National Programme Daventry

KERBSIDE CABARET

London's Buskers' Own Show
(St. Martin's Lane Edition)
Written and devised by B. Martin
Marks
Compere, Charles Laughton
Many listeners will remember the last broadcast of Kerbside Cabaret at the end of October last year, when Charles Laughton brought to the microphone a number of the street entertainers, or buskers as they are called, whom he met in connection with his film St. Martin's Lane.
It is generally agreed that this broadcast array of kerbside talent was an outstanding success, so tonight Laughton is again bringing to the microphone some of these delightful characters from the London streets. As before, he will introduce them separately and tell little stories about them.
For some ten minutes of the programme Charles Laughton will give an extract or two from St. Martin's
Lane.
BBC Home Service Basic

TEA-TIME CABARET

with Esther Coleman , Gwen Lewis , Maurice Denham , Sam Costa ,
The Cabaret Band
Compere, David Porter
Produced by C. F. Meehan
BBC Television

Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by Paul Rollo with Earl and Carole (skaters), Levanda (foot juggler),
Bennett and Williams (comedians), O'Shea and Joan (tap dancers) and Trudi Binar (songs).
Forces Programme

CABARET DISQUES

A sophisticated gramophone cabaret, presented by Robin Duff
From 11.10 p.m. to 12.15 a.m.
342.1 m. will radiate the Home
Service programme
Forces Programme

FORCES CABARET

A cabaret entertainment presented by professional artists now serving with the Forces
Arranged and presented by Victor S my the
BBC Home Service Basic

'RECORD CABARET'

Charles Maxwell presents, with the aid of gramophone records, an all-star cabaret show, including Carroll Gibbons , Arthur Askey and Richard Murdoch , and ' Hutch', with dancing to Geraldo and his Orchestra






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