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A talk prepared by the late
Cloudesley Brereton
The late Dr. Brereton gave his first broadcast rather less than two years ago, when, as one of the authorities in England on the teaching of French, he was invited to introduce M. Stephan 's course of French talks in the autumn of 1935. He at once established himself as a born broadcaster, and a month or two later gave one of the talks in the series ' Men Talking '. In January of the following year he took part, as the only Englishman among five distinguished Frenchmen, in a French half-hour arranged by his old friend Emile Marie Stephan , and entitled ' The Spirit of France '.
He also gave several other tal'ks and readings, and once broadcast in a composite programme some memories from his early childhood. In tonight's talk, which he prepared with the intention of broadcasting himself, he recalled some other amusing incidents of his life.


Unknown: Cloudesley Brereton
Unknown: M. Stephan
Unknown: Emile Marie Stephan

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