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'All in the Day's Work'— ' A News-reel Camera Man '


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PAT FORREST introduces Alfred Tunwell
The object of this series is to show listeners something of other peoples' jobs and to bring to the microphone the actual persons concerned.
The first three talks will be undertaken by Pat Forrest , who will introduce this evening a news-reel camera-man, Mr. Alfred Tunwell.
Mr. Forrest, who has been round with him on his work, will speak for ten minutes on his own impressions of his job, and for the next ten minutes he will interview Mr. Tunwell, who will then spin a yarn.
In the next talk, on October 28,
Mr. Forrest will introduce a professional footballer.


Unknown: Alfred Tunwell
Unknown: Pat Forrest
Unknown: Mr. Alfred Tunwell.

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'All in the Day's Work'— ' A News-reel Camera Man '

National Programme Daventry, 7 October 1934 19.15

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