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BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

6: / Threw Adelheid into the Danube - Love and its Aftermath Sung by VANNI-MARCOUX YVETTE GUILBERT , MARLENE DIETRICH
MAURICE CHEVALIER , YVONNE VALLEE
JEANNE MOREAU.
HANS SCHOTT-SCHOBINGER . MARIE DUBAS
EDITH PIAF. TERESA STRATAS and GEORG KREISLER
(sung in French and German) Records (First broadcast on Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

The last of eight programmes Nightmares and Fantasies...... With LES FRERES JACQUES.
MARIANNE OSWALD.
MARITA GRUNDGENS. VOSKOVEC AND WERICH.
JEAN COCTEAU. STELLAKIS PERPINIADIS , MANI MATTER, the VIENNESE KABARETT DER KLASSIKER and LES QUATRE BARBUS. Producer JOHN THORNLEY
Records (First broadcast on Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

The last programme in the series in which dozens of young comedians and musicians have been plucked from obscurity to shine in a blaze of oblivion. Or perhaps become the leading humorists of tomorrow?
Transmitted nearly live from the Comedy Store, London. Compered by Tony Hawks Producer BILL DARE Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

from the Comedy Store, London, compered by Clive Anderson
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

It's time once again to join compere Clive Anderson as he fishes out some of the best new stand-up comedy from the murky depths of the Comedy Store, Leicester Square, London.
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

A series of eight programmes 5: Songs of Protest
With LYS GAUTY. MARIANNE OSWALD
EDITH PIAF , BLANDINE EBINGER
MANI MATTER. BORIS VIAN
GISELA MAY. PIERRE LOUK1 and GRIGORIS BITHIKOTSIS
Records (First broadcaston Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

It's time once again to join compere Clive Anderson as he fishes out some of the best new stand-up comedy from the murky depths of the Comedy Store, Leicester Square. Don't listen with mother! Producer DAVID TYLER. Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

from the Comedy Store,
Leicester Square, London, compered by Dave Cohen.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

2: Musical Games
... played with Rossini,
Richard Strauss , Debussy, Richard Tauber , Verdi and Schubert, by LES QUATRE BARBUS. BETOVE, DAJOS BELA BAND.
KARL VALENTIN. the KATAKOMBEN-JUNGENS. LES FRERES JACQUES. and the VIENNESE KABARETT DER KLASSIKER, who sing the Grand March of the Minister of Public Inauguration.
(sung in French and German) Records (First broadcast on Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

from the Comedy Store,
Leicester Square, London with compere Dave Cohen
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

contains the following items, guaranteed: one selection of the finest young stand-up comedy; one dollop of atmosphere from the Comedy Store, Leicester Square; and one finely-tuned Clive Anderson and a compere's microphone.
Plus a light crispy coating of production from DAVID TYLER. Stereo (re-broadcast next Saturday)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

First of eight programmes Drinking and Dancing From the 'Chat Noir' in Montmartre to the 'Crocodile Bar on the River Nile', with ARISTIDE BRUANT , YVETTE GUILBERT
GERMAINE MONTERO. JACQUES BREL J ULIETTE GRECO. ANNI MEWES
MARION PALFI , EVA BUSCH
ERNST VEREBES. HERMANN PREY and the COMEDIAN HARMONISTS (sung in French, Spanish and German).
Records. Producer JOHN THORNLEY (First broadcast on Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Continental Cabaret Chansons

4: Sailors, the Sea, and 'the Bistrot in the Harbour'
With the COMEDIAN HARMONISTS,
GEORGE BRASSENS. ARISTIDE BRUANT. LES FRERES JACQUES.
CATHERINE SAUVAGE. AMAUA RODRIGUES. LOTTE LENYA and LYS GAUTY (sung in French, English, German and Portuguese) (First broadcast on Radio 3)
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Cabaret Upstairs

After months of voyaging in the dim, smoke-filled labyrinths of underground humour, the intrepid explorers have discovered some unusual comic talent, rarely seen in broad daylight. They have been captured in their natural habitat - the Comedy Store, London. Compered by the ever-gracious Clive Anderson Producer BILL DARE. Stereo
(Re-broadcast next Saturday)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Steve Ross in Cabaret

Four programmes featuring one of New York's leading pianists and vocalists.
With John Rees-Jones (double bass)
2: 1 Happen to Like New York
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

Steve Ross in Cabaret

The vocalist and pianist presents a four-part series of supper-club songs. 1: I Love Paris with John Rees-Jones
(double bass).
Producer Jonathan James-Moore
Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

Steve Ross in Cabaret

Four programmes featuring one of New York's leading pianists and vocalists. With John Rees-Jones (double bass).
3: London by Night
Producer Jonathan James-Moore Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

Steve Rossin Cabaret

One of New York's leading supper-club entertainers in the last of four shows.
With John Rees-Jones (double bass).
It's So Peaceful in the Country
Producer Jonathan James-Moore Stereo
BBC Radio 4 FM

Cabaret on 4

Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up programme, featuring the pick of the current comedy circuit and future talent. This week's programme includes Radio 4 favourite Boothby Graffoe , the irrepressible Andy Parsons and comedian-turned-Hollywood-star Omid Djalili. Producer Mario Stylianides
BBC Radio 4 FM

Cabaret on 4

Simon Bligh hosts the stand-up programme, featuring the pick of the current comedy circuit and future talent. This week's programme includes Irish funny man Kevin Hayes ; the king of pun. Dorian Crook; and Matt King. Producer Mario Stylianides






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