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Pleasure Boat

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Music and song afloat in a series of cruises presented for your pleasure by Derek Burrell-Davis.
Come aboard the paddle steamer Princess Elizabeth on the Solent with the ship's company.
In Command
Kenneth Horne
Under Command!
George Martin
Michael Holliday and the Crew Girls
At Your Command
Vanessa Lee, Frederick Harvey and Portsmouth Choral Union with the Ship's Orchestra and Choir under the direction of Louis Stevens.
P.S. This cruise will take place regardless of weather.

Contributors

Presented by: Derek Burrell-Davis
Commander: Kenneth Horne
Commander: George Martin
Singer: Michael Holliday
Singer: Vanessa Lee
Singer: Frederick Harvey
Ship's Orchestra and Choir under the direction of: Louis Stevens
Production assistant: Peter Bruce
Music adviser: James Turner
Associate producer: Peter Bale

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