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A Radio Magazine
Introduced by F. H. Grisewood
Once again personalities in the world's news are to come to the microphone to say something of themselves, their interests, their experiences, and adventures. Big names who have featured in this surprise series in recent weeks include Sir Harry Lauder, speaking on the Empire Exhibition ; Flying-Officer A. E. Clouston and Victor Ricketts , who told the story of their Cape record flight ; W. H. Jeanes , Manager of the Australian cricket team, who spoke about the great Don and his men. John Cobb, the racing motorist, has described his new giant car ; Commander C. H. Lightoller , second in command of the Titanic, recalled the disaster to the ship on its anniversary ; and Sir Alexander Mackin tosh on his retirement had something to say about the fifty years he has spent in the press gallery of the House of Commons.


Introduced By: F. H. Grisewood
Unknown: Flying-Officer A. E. Clouston
Unknown: Victor Ricketts
Unknown: W. H. Jeanes
Unknown: C. H. Lightoller
Unknown: Sir Alexander MacKin

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