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THE AIR-DO-WELLS

Synopsis

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in their
Twelfth Edition
Devised and Produced by MAX KESTER and BRYAN MICHIE
Tonight listeners are to hear the twelfth edition of this popular concert party which has been flourishing on the air for fifteen months. As Brian Lawrence for the moment is claimed by the films, a newcomer is to make his debut in the person of Hindle Edgar , son of Marriott Edgar , well known to concert parties in the North of England. Hindle Edgar was in the Douglas Fairbanks film Don Juan , and this is his first broadcast. He is primarily a light comedian, and should make an excellent foil for Claude Gardner.
Erne Atherton is to do another of her
' Lady Booming - Harde - Booming ' monologues; this time this dictatorial wife of the village squire should be at her best at a Rally of the Girl Guides.
There is to be a new ensemble' There is a Serpent among us ', words and music by Ronald Hill , who is also responsible for a concert waltz for Marjery Wyn. Then Wilfrid Thomas , who is an Australian, is to sing a Maori song.
The Air-do-Wells will broadcast again in the Regional programme tomorrow at 6.30 '

Contributors

Produced By: Max Kester
Produced By: Bryan Michie
Unknown: Brian Lawrence
Unknown: Hindle Edgar
Unknown: Marriott Edgar
Unknown: Hindle Edgar
Unknown: Douglas Fairbanks
Unknown: Don Juan
Unknown: Claude Gardner.
Unknown: Erne Atherton
Music By: Ronald Hill
Unknown: Marjery Wyn.
Unknown: Wilfrid Thomas






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