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' STRIKE A HOME NOTE '

Synopsis

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Programme for Northumbrians both at home and overseas. The
Dunelm Singers ; Jos. Q. Atkinson and his Northumbrian
Fiddlers ; Sal Sturgeon as Jimmy Marley , Graham Tennant , impersonator, in ' Voices of the Stars '; Jack Armstrong , Northumbrian Piper ; Blaydon Races in story and song. Written by John Pol warth, who introduces the programme. Produced by Arthur Spencer.

Contributors

Unknown: Sal Sturgeon
Unknown: Jimmy Marley
Unknown: Graham Tennant
Unknown: Jack Armstrong
Written By: John Pol
Produced By: Arthur Spencer.

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