More than half the population of this country are smokers. On their behalf John Arlott pays a visit of enquiry to a tobacco factory in Bristol, a city that has been associated with the industry for four hundred years.
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featuring Ray Martin and his Orchestra, The Littlewood Songsters, The Television Toppers, Joan Regan, Don Peters, Mischa de la Motte and guest stars
Introduced by Catherine Boyle and Ray Martin.
(By arrangement with Jack Hylton and George Black and Alfred Black)
Ray Martin and his
Mischa de la
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