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: Eye-Witness Account, Cardiff City v. West Ham United; West of England Sport

Eye-Witness Account, Cardiff City v. West Ham United

Mr. L. E. Williams

West of England Sport
Mr. Leigh Woods

Contributors

Speaker (Eye-Witness Account): L.E. Williams
Speaker (West of England Sport): Leigh Woods

: Muriel George and Ernest Butcher

In Folk Songs and Duets

Contributors

Singer: Muriel George
Singer: Ernest Butcher

: Noises Off

A New Variety Feature.
The Cast will include:
Johnnie and Bobbie in their Vocal Act
Jacque Thomas in Cymric Comedy Cameos
Muriel White in Songs at the Piano
and Rorke and Maclachlan in a Sketch, 'The Painters'
The Station Trio

Contributors

Singers: Johnnie and Bobbie
Comedienne: Jacque Thomas
Singer/Pianist: Muriel White
Comedians (The Painters): Rorke and Maclachlan
Musicians: The Station Trio

: S.B. from London

(9.30 Local Announcements; Sports Bulletin)
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