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KEEP IT CLEAN

Synopsis

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A disquisition in prose and verse on the Gentle Art of Bathing by Cedric Cliffe and Wolseley Russell
Produced by John Pudney
This programme will include views on the important subject of bathing expressed by such diverse characters as Archimedes, the Emperor Constantine, Dr. Johnson, and an American Film Star : a trip round the world in a bath tub : much light verse : and nothing at all serious
(Empire Programme)

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Unknown: Cedric Cliffe
Produced By: John Pudney

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