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'THE ISLAND OF SARK'

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.
The last independent feudal state within the British Empire
An account of the lives and customs of the people throughout the year, taken from recordings made on the Island by La Dame de Serq
William Carre , Seneschal de Serq
Bertie Falle , Philip Guille , Philip Hamon , Walter Vibart , Henri Carre , Mai Carre , W. Ie Feuvre , H. Ie Feuvre , John Baker , and W. H. Carre
The music specially composed by Philip Sainton and played by the BBC Orchestra (Section C), led by Manus O'Donnell , conducted by the composer
Written and produced by Francis Dillon
Interesting pictures of the Island of Sark and an article by the Dame de
Serq will be found on page 7

Contributors

Unknown: La Dame de Serq
Unknown: William Carre
Unknown: Seneschal de Serq
Unknown: Bertie Falle
Unknown: Philip Guille
Unknown: Philip Hamon
Unknown: Walter Vibart
Unknown: Henri Carre
Unknown: Mai Carre
Unknown: W. Ie Feuvre
Unknown: H. Ie Feuvre
Unknown: John Baker
Unknown: W. H. Carre
Composed By: Philip Sainton
Unknown: Manus O'Donnell
Produced By: Francis Dillon

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