Introduced by Diana Decker.
with Peter Brough with Archie Andrews, Reg Wale (xylophone), Renee Houston and Donald Stewart (in comedy), Roberta (French cabaret star), Peggy Desmond (piano).
Accompanist, Evel Burns
A. G. Street and his friends discuss the circus. Among those present are Frank Foster (circus ring-master), Sir Garrard Tyrwhitt-Drake (owner of the largest private zoo in England), Steven Spurrier (painter of circus pictures), and Alastair Worden,
Professor of Animal Health at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth.
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