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£ 250 RED CROSS RADIO CONTEST

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Tommy Handley presents his monthly problem, this time with ' Mrs. Mopp'. Sir William Beveridge , Jeanne de Casalis, Mabel- Con-. standuros, Stuart Hibberd , and Geraldo are some of the other famous people who provide recorded problems for this contest, arranged and presented by Ronald Waldman and Audrey Cameron in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund. Entire entry fees devoted to the Fund
The last day for posting your entries is Thursday, May 6, and the address is [address removed].
The resuhs of this contest will be announced after the six o'clock news bulletin on Sunday, May 23, and also in the RADIO Times, published May 28.
The twelve correct answers to problems broadcast in the Red Cross Radio Contest on April 3 and April 5 were :
CBCA—CBAC—ABAA
The BBC's £ 250 prize is shared between the following eleven listeners, who submitted correct entries and will each receive a cheque for £ 22 14s. 7d. : S. Blenkinsop , Darlington ; Mrs. H. Boyd. S.W.12 ; Mrs. Fortune, Wigan; Mrs. W. R. Gibbs. Redland. Bristol ; Mrs. J. Johnson, Paddock, Huddersfield ; Miss M. Phillipson , Skelmersdale, nr. Ormskirk ; W. Puddey , Woodhatch, Reigate ; J. R. Simpson , Ilford ; Miss M. K. Smith , Canterbury ; Mrs. R. Walker, Murthly, Perthshire ; W. J. Worrall , Claverham, nr. Bristol.

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Sir William Beveridge
Unknown: Stuart Hibberd
Presented By: Ronald Waldman
Presented By: Audrey Cameron
Unknown: S. Blenkinsop
Unknown: Miss M. Phillipson
Unknown: W. Puddey
Unknown: J. R. Simpson
Unknown: Miss M. K. Smith
Unknown: W. J. Worrall






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