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: Val Rosing and his Band

with Anne Lenner.

Val Rosing, vocalist to Henry Hall until 1932, has been a great success in vaudeville and musical shows, and will be seen shortly in an English film entitled "Feather Your Nest". The band he is to bring to the studio today will consist of a guitar, bass, piano, trumpet, and saxophone - and of course Val Rosing will supply the vocal accompaniment.

Contributors

Musicians: Val Rosing and his Band
Singer: Anne Lenner

: Winter Sports

Commander Jack Shirley will give hints to beginners in ski-ing.

Not long ago winter sports abroad were the privilege of only a fortunate few. In these days of cheap travel and favourable exchanges, however, snow with sunshine is within the reach of limited incomes. This demonstration will show viewers how they can get their muscles toned up for a strenuous bout of ski-ing and skating, and will give general hints to beginners. The latter will be illustrated by films showing simple turning and stopping on the snow, and in addition there will be a display by mannequins - their costumes will be helpful to those uncertain of the necessary kit - who will demonstrate exercises.

Contributors

Presenter: Commander Jack Shirley
Mannequin display arranged by: H. E. Plaister
Programme devised by: Cecil Lewis

: Val Rosing and his Band

with Anne Lenner.

Contributors

Musicians: Val Rosing and his Band
Singer: Anne Lenner

: Val Rosing and his Band

with Anne Lenner.

Contributors

Musicians: Val Rosing and his Band
Singer: Anne Lenner

: Winter Sports

Commander Jack Shirley will give hints to beginners in ski-ing.

Contributors

Presenter: Commander Jack Shirley
Mannequin display arranged by: H. E. Plaister
Programme devised by: Cecil Lewis

: Val Rosing and his Band

with Anne Lenner.

Contributors

Musicians: Val Rosing and his Band
Singer: Anne Lenner








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