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: Patricia Rossborough

Syncopated Piano Solos
Eve Becke in Songs
Toni Raglan Musical Chef

Patricia Rossborough is a Dublin girl who is a favourite with radio listeners. She has given classical concerts and is well known at the Coliseum and the Palladium, and on the Variety stage throughout England.
Toni Raglan was recently one of the hits at the Palladium in a Crazy Gang show. Dressed as a chef, he plays tunes on jam jars filled with varying depths of water.

Contributors

Pianist: Patricia Rossborough
Singer: Eve Becke
Musical chef: Toni Raglan

: Picture Page: (Twenty-Fifth Edition)

A Magazine Programme of Topical and General Interest.

Contributors

Devised and edited by: Cecil Madden
Producer: G. More O'Ferrall
The Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller

: Ballroom Dancing

A demonstration of Foxtrot, Tango, and Quickstep by the English Amateur Dancing Team of Eight Couples, prior to the England v. Denmark match to be held at the Idraetshuset on February 7.
Commentary by the non-dancing captain, P.J.S. Richardson

This international dancing contest to be held in the Sports House in Copenhagen has taken place annually for several years, and usually draws about three thousand spectators. This year the match is being sponsored by Politiken, a Danish newspaper. Eight English couples will oppose the same number of Danish dancers in a test of the four standard ballroom dances, the waltz, foxtrot, tango, and quickstep.
See P.J.S. Richardson's article on p. 5

Contributors

Dancers: The English Amateur Dancing Team
Commentary: P.J.S. Richardson

: Picture Page (Twenty-Sixth Edition)

A Magazine Programme of Topical and General Interest.

Contributors

Devised and edited by: Cecil Madden
Producer: G. More O'Ferrall
The Switchboard Girl: Joan Miller








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