In his own original songs at the piano
While still at Cambridge, Ronnie Hill accepted his first professional engagement as musical director of a revue produced by Norman Mar shall. He has broadcast frequently and has also written for the radio.
by Edgar Wallace
Adapted by Howard Rose
Produced by Lance Sieveking with Arthur Gomez as Tony Perrelli and Charles Farrell as ConO'Hara (Spike)
Chief Detective Commissioner
Lee Angelo Verona Maria Poulishi
Jimmy McGarth Mike Feeney
The cast includes
Harvey Jones , Peter Madden , Macdonald Parke , Cecilia Eddy , Charles Spencer , Rita Vale ,
A casualty ward in a Chicago hospital
Tony Perrelli 's apartment on Michigan Avenue, Chicago--morning
Tony's apartment. That night
Tony's apartment. The following day
' The Fastnet Race'
The Fastnet Race has been described as ' the blue riband of ocean racing '. It was first organised in 1925 by a small and enthusiastic band of yachtsmen, with seven starters, and it has now become an international event. The original course, which is still followed, goes from Cowes down the Channel, across to Jreland, where the Fastnet Rock is rounded, and back to Plymouth, and is renowned for giving a wide variety of wind and sea conditions, from a flat calm to a full gale.
Richard Longland , who will talk about the history of the race and describe the start at Cowes today, is a member of the Royal Ocean Racing Club, and sailed in the Fastnet Race of 1931.
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