A FESTIVAL of DANCE MUSIC
The saxophones and the orchestras of Johnny Dankworth
The contrasting jazz of The Jack Parnell Orchestra and Chris Barber 's Jazz Band
Alma Cogan. Dickie Valentine
Tommy Whittle The Laurie Johnson Strings
Rhythm with a Smile:
Ken Morris and Joan Savage
Master of Ceremonies.
From the Royal Albert Hall. London
830 THE FIGHT GAME
A new series of dramatised stories of the careers of famous boxers
2-'The Jack Dempsey Story'
Script by Tony Van den Berg
van Den Berg
Restful music from the Gaumont, Bournemouth played by Ronald Brickell (organ)
Harold C. Gee (violin) with Francis Pope (tenor)
(Harold C. Gee broadcasts by permission of the Royal Bath Hotel. Bournemouth)
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