B. K. Vallings has spent many years in Western Canada and the Western States of America, and this evening viewers will see and hear a man who has had first-hand experience of rodeos and all the rest of the things associated with cowboy life. In 'sound' programmes he has broadcast several talks, among which was a series on beavers in the Children's Hour; and he is a frequent contributor to the Children's Page in The Radio Times.
He now lives in Shropshire in a house appropriately named Musquash Cottage, and is helping the Ministry of Agriculture to combat the musk-rat.
(Ballroom and Acrobatic Dancers)
The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
Bowyer and Ravell have been dancing together for two years, and have appeared in almost every capital in Europe. Ravell studied ballet-dancing on the Continent, and for three years she was with the Dalcroze School in Geneva. Her partner, Bowyer, arranged all the dances in a film that is to be released very shortly, featuring Walford Hyden's popular BBC show, "Cafe Colette".
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