I'd like you to meet...
Freddy Grisewood, who recalls some of his experiences during his long career in radio.
Marguerite Bowie talks of her travels and shows some of the dolls she has collected on her journeys.
Marghanita Laski recommends books for your library list.
Time for Music
Osian Ellis plays the harp.
Speaker (I'd like you to meet..):
Harpist (Time for Music):
A new play by William Fairchild.
[Starring] John Robinson, Isabel Dean and Anthony Ireland
A cabaret entertainment staged on the second platform of the Eiffel Tower.
Artists appearing include:
Jean Sablon, Robert Lamouret, Jean Marc Mirelly, Ginci.
Master of Ceremonies, Louis Van Burg
Pierre Spiers and his Orchestra
Master of Ceremonies:
Pierre Spiers and his
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