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News Headlines 'MERRY-GO-ROUND '

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(Naval edition). A Home Forces entertainment for all in khaki and two shades of blue' serving afloat or overseas. The Blue Mariners Dance Band, directed by Petty Officer George Crow ; Service artists and guest stars, including Sub-Lieutenant
Eric Barker , R.N.V.R., and Pearl Hackney ; 'Double or Quits' quiz, conducted by Lieutenant Harold Warrender , R.N.V.R. Programme introduced by a guest from the W.R.N.S., and produced, in collaboration with the Personal Services Department of the Admiralty, by David Manderson.

Contributors

Directed By: Petty Officer
Directed By: George Crow
Unknown: Eric Barker
Unknown: Pearl Hackney
Conducted By: Lieutenant Harold Warrender
Unknown: David Manderson.

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News Headlines 'MERRY-GO-ROUND '

General Forces Programme, 21 March 1945 13.00






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