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BBC Television

Cabaret

with Harold Behrens and The BBC Television Orchestra
BBC Television

Cabaret

Gillie Potter "Auspicium melioris aevi"
Irene Prador, Soubrette
BBC Television

Cabaret

With George Jackley, comedian, Ernest Shannon, in impressions, the Six Gordon Ray Girls.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret

Bubbles Stewart and Sisters, Songs, Dances, and Impressions
Bob and Alf Pearson, Songs and Comedy
Bowyer and Ravell, Ballroom and Acrobatic Dancers
The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Anne Ziegler, Jane Carr, Edna Squire Brown, the Cafe Anglais Glamour Girls. Ian Grant as compere. The BBC Television Orchestra, leader Boris Pecker, conductor Hyam Greenbaum.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

with Charles Heslop as compere, the Music-Hall Boys (new laughs), Emile Boreo (comedian), Gaston Palmer (comedy juggler), Ed Morelle (comedian), and George Robey as the German Professor (by arrangement with Blanche Littler).
BBC Television

Cabaret Cruise

Commander - A. B. Campbell. Among the passengers: Reine Paulet, Steve Geray and Magda Kun, The Five Lai Founs, Ernest Shannon, Walsh and Barker, and the Ship's Band, led by Dennis van Thal. Presentation by Harry Pringle, direct from Radiolympia
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Walsh and Barker, songs at the piano, Alexis and Dorrano, Apache dancers, Dare and Yates, comedy acrobats
Commere, Sheila Douglas-Pennant.
BBC Television

Cabaret

Talbot O'Farrell, Irish comedian. The Three Canadians, comedy acrobats. Gladys and Kusserow, dancers. Charlie Higgins, comedian.
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

With George Robey (by arrangement with Blanche Littler), The Three Canadians (acrobats), Eric Cardi (conjuror), Drury and Raymond (dancers), Charlie Higgins (comedian), Bob Dupont (juggler).
BBC Television

Cabaret

Talbot O'Farrell, Irish comedian. The Three Canadians, comedy acrobats. Gladys and Kusserow, dancers. Charlie Higgins, comedian.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with The Lecuona Cuban Boys, Walsh and Barker (songs at the piano), The Calgary Brothers (comedy impressions).
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Frederic Harris (conjuror), La Marques (dancer), Bennett and Williams (comedians), and Trudi Binar (in songs), accompanied by Evel Burns and Gilbert Webster.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cruise

Commander - A. B. Campbell. Among the passengers: Walsh and Barker, Trudi Binar, The Five Lai Founs, Ernest Shannon, and Steve Geray and Magda Kun. The Ship's Band, led by Dennis van Thal. Direct from Radiolympia
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

Arthur Prince and 'Jim', The Nesbitt Brothers, Molly Fisher, Harry Reso, The Music-Hall Boys.
(to 16.00)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Walsh and Barker, songs at the piano, Maisie Weldon, impressions, Dolores and Don, dancers.
BBC Television

Cabaret

Desardo Duo, sensational skaters. Kenway and Young, comedy impressions. Billie Baker, songs. Les Pierrotys, comedians. Paddy Drew, cartoonist. Seven Aus Tokays, acrobats.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cruise: Sound and Vision No. 12

The 'commander' and 'passengers' will be the same as for Monday, 6.30
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Reine Paulet, Continental songs; Syd Walker, comedian; Johnson Clarke, ventriloquist; The Geddes Brothers, comedy instrumentalists; Metura and Morell, dancers.






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