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: Women's Interests: Marine Parade: Forecast of Fashion

The BBC Television Orchestra
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum


Arranged by: H.E. Plaister
Arranged by: G.R. Kenward-Eggar
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
[Orchestra] conductor: Hyam Greenbaum

: Michaelson

Topical Quick-Fire Artist


Artist: Michaelson

: Cabaret

Anita Martell, The Lady Juggler
Kenneth Blain, The Intelligent Fool
Rosarita, Spanish Dancer


Juggler: Anita Martell
Comedian: Kenneth Blain
Dancer: Rosarita

: Demonstration of Boxing

by Royal Air Force Officers and Airmen of the R.A.F. Boxing Association
(by permission of the Air Council)

The R.A.F. Boxing Association, founded in 1910, is extremely popular amongst all ranks. It organises various competitions each season, individual championships being fought out during the winter and spring. The winners retain their titles, which are the highest boxing honours of the R.A.F., for one year. These title-holders meet the boxing champions of the Royal Navy, the Marines, and the Army in what are known as the Imperial Services Championships, but perhaps the most popular tournament in the Air Force is the annual competition for trophies given by Lord Wakefield, a tournament reserved for novices.
This afternoon there will be two demonstration bouts, and the contestants are Pilot Officer W.G. Moseby, Acting Pilot Officer C.B. Hull, Sergeant Pilot J.D. Varley, and Aircraftman R. Boxshall.


Boxer: Pilot Officer W.G. Moseby
Boxer: Acting Pilot Officer C.B. Hull
Boxer: Sergeant Pilot J.D. Varley
Boxer: Aircraftsman R. Boxshall

: Michaelson

Topical Quick-Fire Artist


Artist: Michaelson

: Women's Interests

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