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1910s[edit]

Date Broadcast Venue Compère Acts Other
1 July 1912 Palace Theatre, London Oswald Stoll Pipifax and Panlo, Barclay Gammon, The Palace Girls, Chirgwin, The Bogannys, Fanny Fields, Paul Cinequvalli, Harry Tate, Ida Crispi & Fred Farrn, Vesta Tilley, La Pia, Little Tich, Arthur Prince, Alfred Lester, Clarice Mayne, Chares T. Aldrich, George Robey, David Devant, Wilkie Bard, Harry Lauder, Cecilia Loftus Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
28 July 1919 London Coliseum Sir Oswald Stoll The Flying Banvards, Ernest Hastings, George Robey & Violet Loraine, Sam Barton, Arthur Prince, Harry Tate, Clarice Mayne, Grock, Du Calion, Ethel Hook Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.

1920s[edit]

Date Broadcast Venue Compère Acts Other
25 November 1921 London Hippodrome Sir Oswald Stoll Frederick Sylvester, Norah Blaney & Gwen Farrar, G. S. Melvin, Renee & Godfrey, Malcolm Neil McEachern, Rebla, The Peep Show with Annie Croft & Reginald Sharland, Fred Allandale, Albert Darnley, Ruth French, Mary Gibbs, Milton Hayes, Billy Merson, The Five Petleys Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
12 December 1922 London Hippodrome Oswald Stoll The Flemings, Will Fyffe, Kharum, Du Calion, Lorna and Toots Pounds, P. T. Selbit, Muriel George & Earnest Butcher, Tom Webster, Arthur Prince, Harry Weldon, Trix Sisters, The Mirthful Jovers Held in the presence of King George V, Queen Mary and Queen Maud of Norway.
13 December 1923 London Coliseum Sir Oswald Stoll Bobbie Hind, Rupert Hazell, Katrina and Joan, The Griffiths Brothers, The Sumarai with Lola Karsavina, Sessue Hayakawa, Lewis Gilbert, Ann Trevor and Dora de Winton, Brighter London with Billy Merson, Reg Sharland, Eddie Jaye, Bernard Dudley, Laddie Cliff & Rena Hall, Russian Blue Bird Players, Alfred Lester, Loie Fuller Band, Marimba Band, The Disordely Room with Tom Walls, Ralph Lynn, Tommy Handley, Jamieson Dodd, Cecil Bainbridge & Fred Kemp, Louis N. Parker, Barclay Gammon Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
12 February 1925 London Alhambra Sir Oswald Stoll George Hurd, Mr & Mrs Tree, Will Hay, Ethel Hook, Milton Hayes, J. W. Jackson's Twelve English Dancers, G. H. Elliott, Will Fyffe, Nervo and Knox, Talbot O'Farrell, Harry Tate Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
27 May 1926 London Alhambra Sir Oswald Stoll The Twelve Famous John Tiller Girls, Dick Henderson, Robb Wilton, Lillian Burgiss, Jack Hylton, Conn Kenna, Carr and Parr, Bransby Williams, The Houston Sisters, Billy Bennet, Rick Hayes Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
24 February 1927 London Victoria Palace J. A. Webb P. L. Clark, Mona Grey, Norman Long, The Victoria Girls, Jack Edge, Debroy Somers, Albert Whelan, Lily Morris, Georgie Wood, Dolly Harmer, Tom Blacklock, The Three Huxster Brothers Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
28 February 1928 London Coliseum George Black and Val Parnell Larry KEmble, Stanelli and Douglas, The Victoria Girls, A. C. Astor, Lillian Burgiss, Noni and Horace, Victor André, Clarkson Rose, Anton Dolin, Gracie Fields, Will Hay, Jack Hylton Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.

1930s[edit]

Date Broadcast Venue Compère Acts Other
22 May 1930 London Palladium George Black and Val Parnell Sixteen Palladium Girls, Harry Prescott's Seven Hindustans, Tom Payne & Vera Hilliard, George Clarke, Julian Rose, De Groot with David Bor, Reginald Kilbet & Gillie Potter, Palladium Girls, Max Wall, Chilton and Thomas, Howell Harger, Naldi, Nervo and Knox, Coram, Odali Careno, Toto, Will Hay assisted by Will Hay Jnr. and H. Gordon Saunders, Gaston Palmer, Jack Payne Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
11 May 1931 London Palladium George Black and Val Parnell P. L. Clark, Mona Grey, Norman Long, The Victoria Girls, Jack Edge, Debroy Somers, Albert Whelan, Lilly Morris, Georgie Wood, Dolly Harmer, Tom Blacklock, Mr Flotsam and Mr Jetsam, The Three Huxter Brothers Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
30 May 1932 London Palladium George Black Stetson, Christopher and Columbus, The Bells, Levanda & The Nine Diamonds, Billy Danvers, George Clarke with Madge Aubrey, Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen, Eugene's Magyar Band, Jack Buchana, Will Fyffe, Errol Addison, Iris Kirkwhite, Flanagan and Allen, Nervo and Knox, Naughton and Gold, Palladium Girls, Lawrence Tiller Girls, G. S. Melvin, Jasper Maskelyne. Cicely Courtneidge, Jack Hylton, Little Doreen, Harry Champion, Vesta Victoria, Fred Russell, Marie Kendall Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
22 May 1933 London Palladium George Black The Crazy Gang including Nervo and Knox, Flanagan and Allen, Eddie Gray, Naughton and Gold, Billy Caryll, Hilda Mundy and Lawrence Barclay, Palladium Girls, Omar, Billy Russell, Gerald including Gaston and André, The Ganjou Brothers and Juanita Richards supported by Billy Hendrix, Aline Fournier and Vitorrio Togo, Cardini, The Company, Carlo Medini Six, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, William and Joe Mandel, Billy Bennett, Evelyn Laye, Jack Hobbs, Roy Fox Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
8 May 1934 London Palladium George Black Kafka, Stanley and Mae, The Three Bonos, Frank Boston, Palladium Girls, The Three Sailors, Arthur Lucan and Kitty McShane, Elsie and Doris Waters, Cedrick Hardwicke, Osmund Willson and Cicely OAtes, George Robey, BBC Dance Orchestra directed by Henry Hall, Jack Holland and June Hart, Murray and Mooney, George Clarke, Bert Platt, Alec Dane and Norah Dwyer, Billy Bennett, Jack Hylton Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
29 October 1935 London Palladium George Black Hannah Watt, Jeanne Devereaux, Nervo and Knox, Naughton and Gold, Flanagan and Allen, Ernie Gerard, The Six Lias, The Diamond Brothers, Joe Jackson, Stanley Holloway, Anton Dolin, Jessie Matthews, Palladium Girls, The Western Brothers, Boy Foy, Sandy Powell with Jimmy Fletcher and Joy Jeffries, Three Cossacks, Elsie Carlisle and Sam Browne, Will Mahoney, Arthur Reece, Kate Carney, Gus Elen, Florrie Forde, Harry Champion, Harry Roy Held in the presence of King George V and Queen Mary.
15 November 1937 London Palladium George Black Len Lewis, George Lane, Raymond Newell, Henry Carlisle, Serge Ganjou, Mary Young, Rosarito, George Ganjou, Syd Railton, The Gypsy Boys Band, Norman Evans, Florence Desmond, Wences, George Formby, Cicely Courtneidge with The Harry Dennis Dance Sextette and The Sherman Fisher Girls, Max Miller, Jack La Vier, Ethel Revnless and Gracie West, Will Fyffe Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
9 November 1938 London Coliseum George Black The Crastonians, The Two Leslies, Murray and Mooney, Evelyn Laye, Richard Hearne, Rosalind Atkinson, The Stuart Morgan Dancers with Lita D'Oray, Harold Hart, William Kat, Jack Payne, Peggy Cochrane, Mary Lee, Betty Kent, Biddy Barton, Teddy Foster, Ronnie Grearder, Rob Ashley, The Dagenham Girl Pipers, Three Aberdonians, Les Allen, Laurie Day, Roy Willis, Will Hatton, Ethel Manners, Elsie and Doris Waters, The John Tiller Girls, Lupino Lane, George Graves, Betty Frankiss, Teddy St. Denis, Jack Barty, George Carney, Clapham and Dwyer, Harry Claff, Harry Champion, Kate Carney, Will Fyffe, Florrie Forde, Gaston and Andrée, Tommy Handley, G. S. Melvin, Talbot O'Farrell, Gillie Porter, Harry Tate, Vesta Victoria, Bransby Williams, Anona Winn, Renée Houston and Donald Stewart, Ken Davidson and Hugh Forgie Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.

1940s[edit]

Date Broadcast Venue Compère Acts Other
5 November 1945 London Coliseum Prince Littler Roy Mitchell, Jill Manners, The Nine Avalons, Jules Adrian, Grace Spero, Beryl Kaye, Vic Oliver, Maurice Colleano, George Doonan, Will Hay, Douglas Wakefield, Chuck O'Neil, Billy Nicholls, Peter Byrne, Michael Hunt, Billy Nelson, Roy Jefferies, Delya, Sid Field, Jerry Desmonde, Stella Moya, Denise Clifford, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, Webster Booth and Anne Ziegler, Tommy Triner, Chappie D'Amato, Van Phillips, Reginald Burston Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
4 November 1946 London Palladium Val Parnell The Girls, Tony Hulley, Barbara Bentham, Brent Fields, Billy Castle, Bobby Tranter, Mary Naylor, Cairoli Brothers, Nat Jackley and Harry Moreny, Dick Beamish, Arthur Vollum, Sammy Curtis, Bob Bromley, Terry-Thomas, Alan and Blanche Lund, Gil Johnson, The Three Rose Sisters, Halama and Konarski, The Cabana Accordian Six, Nat Mills and Bobby, Robert Lamouret, Arthur Askey, Harry Lester and his Hayseeds, Tessie O'Shea, Charlie Chester, Dick Henderson, Jimmy Jewel, Charlie Naughton, Jimmy Gold, Eddie Gray, El Granadas and Peter, Jack Jackie, Koba and Kalee, Reggie Redcliffe, René Strange, Henri Vadden, Sid Field with Jerry Desmonde, Alfred Dean, The Wallabies and The Palladium Boys and Girls, Ben Warriss, Marianna Lincoln, Oscar Natzke, Band of the Training Ship Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
3 November 1947 London Palladium Val Parnell Hy Hazell, the Alec Thomas Quartet, Mailyn Hightower, Three Shades, Valerie Tandy, Bobbie Tranter, Tony Hulley, The Three Astaires, Hortobagyi Troupe, Billy Russell, Wilson, Keppel and Betty, Norman Evans, Borrah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals, Mervyn Saunders, Mona and Oliver and The Girls, Wally Boag, Bud Flanagan, Nervo and Knox, Naughton and Gold, Frank Holloway, Willie Carlisle, Freddie Malcom, Jack Durrant, Robert Wilson, The Dagenham Piper Girls, Vic and Joe Crastonian, James Currie's Water Spectacle, Alan Bailey, Terri Carol, Cynthia and Gladys with Indian Clubs, The Three Garcias, Levanda, Marie Louise, Mariora, Olga Varona, Eva May Wong, Bobbie Kimber, Dolores Gray and Bill Johnson, Laurel and Hardy, The Zoris, Tommy Trinder, Gracie Fields Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
1 November 1948 London Palladium Val Parnell The Blackpool Tower Circusettes, The Comwells, Kirsta and Kristel, The Myrons, Warren Latona and Sparks, Charlie Chester and his Radio Gang, Daphne Kiernander, Skyhigh Corps de Ballet, Jayne and Adami Di Gatano, The Colstons, Nicholas Brothers, The Tiller Girls, Ted Ray, George and Bert Bernard, Stewart McPherson, Randolph Sutton, Nellie Wallace, Billy Danvers, Ella Shields, Talbot O'Farrell, Gertie Gitana, G. H. Elliott, Ted Heath, Derek Roy, The Radio Revellers, The Melachrino Strings, Julie Andrews, The Luton Choir Girls, The Great Alexander Troupe, Arthur Askey, Buster Shaver and his trio of Lilliputians, The Crazy Gang, Danny Kaye, The Skyrockets Orchestra Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
7 November 1949 London Coliseum Alec Shanks John Sanger, Arthur Bell, Eric Coates, Phil Parke, Johnny Lockwood, Les Charlivels, Joy Nichols, Michael Bentine, Bill Johnson, Peter Cavanagh, Marily Hightower, Elsa and Walso, Peggy Ryan and Ray McDonald, The Tiller Girls, Reg Dixon, Band of HM Royal Marines and Frederick Harvey, The Seven Ashtons, Wilfred Pickles, Dolores Gray, Borrah Minnevitch's Harmonica Rascals featuring Johnnie Puleo, Maurice Chevalier, Noele Gordon, Ted Ray Held in the presence of King George VI, Queen Elizabeth, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret.

1950s[edit]

Date Broadcast Venue Compère Acts Other
13 November 1950 London Palladium Val Parnell Tommy Trinder, Sheila Matthews, The Tiller Girls, Three Bentley Sisters, The Debonairs, Terry's Juveniles, Hall, Norman and Ladd, Max Bygraves, Billy Cotton, Frankie Howerd, The Five Smith Brothers, Kaye Ballard, Helen Gallagher, Carole Lynne, Allan Jones, The Merry Macs, Gracie Fields, The George Mitchell Glee Club, Jonathan Lucas and David Lober, Donald Peers, Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, Binnie Hale, Nat Jackley, Naughton and Gold, Max Wall, Nervo and Knox, Max Miller, Flanagan and Allen, The Band That Jack Built, Bud Flanagan Held in the presence of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
29 October 1951 London Victoria Palace Jack Hylton The Gang and 'Monsewer' Eddie Gray, The Cavendish Singers, The Tiller Girls, Erica Yorke, The Victoria Palace Girls, The Marie De Vere Dancers, Vera Lynn, Harry Secombe, The Wiere Brothers, Stanley Black and The Dance Orchestra, Tony Fayne, David Evans, Richard Murdoch, Kenneth Horne, Arthur English, Sally Ann Howes, Jimmy Edwards, Florence Desmond, Norman Evans, Alan and Blanche Lund, Pearl Primus, Hoops - The Boys, Joaquin Perez Fernandez, Johnny Hutch and The Seven Volants, Sam Browne, The Keyboard Quintette, Carroll Gibbons, Billy Thorburn, Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye, Charlie Kunz, Patricia Morison, Barbara Bruce, Nervo and Knox, Naughton and Gold, Bud Flanagan, Miklos Gafni, Vera Lynn and Michael Dalton, Frances Day, Adelaide Hall, Sylvia Peters, Carole Lynne, Valerie Tandy, Anona Winn, Chesney Allen, Eddie Gray, Gracie Fields, George Mitchell Choir, Jack Radcliffe, Cicely Courtneidge, Flanagan and Allen Held in the presence of Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret.

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