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prepared by Neil Munro in aid of the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund, with Ronnie Waldman as Master of Ceremonies. Entire entry fees devoted to the Red Cross Penny-a-Week Fund. Twelve simple and amusing problems : Which is the voice of Winston Churchill ? — Spencer Tracy 's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde problem-Tommy Trinder's Triumphant Trumpeters — ' Fun and Games in the Farmyard', with Sydney Howard and Richard Hearne— Arthur Askey and Bryan Michie in ' Hullabaloo Lullaby ' — Stanelli's ' Sadivarius '-Lucky cats from the P.D.S.A.—' Hunt the understudy ', with the Three in Harmonv-One over the eight-Life in the A.T.S. — Bagpipes under fire—' And did that audience laugh ! ' (Specially recorded programme)
Last day for posting your entries is Thursday, March 12, and the address is £ 250 Red Cross Radio Contest, London, W.C.2.
The 12 correct answers in the Red Cross
Radio Contest broadcast on February 7 and 9 were :
The £ 250 in prize money has been shared between 20 listeners, each of whom receives £ 12 10s. Full list of these winners may be obtained by post-card application (2d. stamp) to Red Cross Radio Contest, Result Department, London, W.C.2.


Unknown: Neil Munro
Unknown: Ronnie Waldman
Unknown: Winston Churchill
Unknown: Spencer Tracy
Unknown: Sydney Howard
Unknown: Richard Hearne—
Unknown: Arthur Askey
Unknown: Bryan Michie

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Forces Programme, 9 March 1942 19.00

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