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THE SECOND RADIO TATTOO AND TOURNAMENT

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.
Arranged by AMYAS YOUNG and Presented by R. E. JEFFREY
Introducing :
THE WIRELESS MILITARY BAND: Directed by JOHN ANSELL
THE LONDON REPERTORY PLAYERS THE WIRELESS CHORUS
Pipes of the SECOND BATTALION SCOTS GUARDS THE ACTON CADETS
1. March Past and Figure Marching. Highland
Regiments
2. Inter-Port Field Gun Competition. Royal Navy 3. Musical Drive. Royal Artillery
4. Desert Warfare- introducing Armoured Cars and Tanks
5. Winged Warfare-Guns v. Aeroplanes
6. Finale and March Past. Royal Air Force
Artillery (always one of the most popular features of Services Tournaments) ; the desert warfare episode with armoured cars and tanks, which was one of the greatest successes of the last tournament at Olympia ; anti-aircraft guns meeting an aeroplane raid, and the final March Past. All these episodes will be represented by means of sound effects, and listeners will be aided in visualizing them by hearing the words of command given, and also by the conversation of two spectators, which they will be allowed to overhear.

Contributors

Arranged By: Amyas Young
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey
Directed By: John Ansell






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