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: No Medals

A play by Esther McCracken.

Contributors

Writer: Esther McCracken

: Television Dancing Club

The new Television Dancing Club opens on Tuesday, and it will be 'evening dress only'. With the experience of more than two hundred dancing lessons behind him, Victor Silvester comes to television with his orchestra for the first time.

He will be introducing something quite new in teaching methods. In what he describes as the 'magic way to ballroom dancing' viewers will have to learn only one main step, which can apparently be danced 'in many different patterns'.

With Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra including a dancing lesson and demonstration.

Contributors

Presenter/bandleader: Victor Silvester
Musicians: Victor Silvester and his Ballroom Orchestra
Producer: Richard Afton

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Saturday Post: Dancing on Air 1 October 2016

: Play the Game

: Music Through the Centuries: 1

A series of programmes in which Scott Goddard traces in sight and sound the development of music and musical instruments from the sixteenth century to the present day.
Cecily Arnold (soprano and virginals)
Desmond Dupre (bass viol and guitar)
Edgar Hunt (treble viol and recorder)
Marshall Johnson (tenor viol and lute)

Contributors

Presenter: Scott Goddard
Soprano and virginals: Cecily Arnold
Bass viol and guitar: Desmond Dupre
Treble vol and recorder: Edgar Hunt
Tenor viol and lute: Marshall Johnson
Research and musical direction: Edgar Hunt
Series editor and arranger: James Hartley
Presented by: Philip Bate








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