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by Kingsley Amis
3-Singing the Blues
In the third of six recorded programmes Kingsley Amis surveys some episodes and developments in vocal jazz, from the early days in the Southern States, through the age of the blues singer and that of the swing vocalist, to the present.


Unknown: Kingsley Amis


Trout and Grayling
President of the British Rod and Gun Association
MARSHALL HARDY on Thames Trout
Wing-Cmdr. F. J. CARR on Trout Fishing in Norway
Editor, The Field on The Big Trout of Chew Magna
JOHN VENIARD on Developments in Fly-tying and Materials
MICHAEL HORDERN on Chalk stream or Moorland?
Introduced by COLIN WILLOCK
Angling correspondent. Daily Herald
Produced by Francis Dillon


Introduced By: Colin Willock
Produced By: Francis Dillon


For those interested in brushing up their colloquial French
Script by Marguerite Dasnieres
7-Le tut de vin
John and Mary attempt to buy a barrel of wine to bring back with them.
Cast in order of speaking:
Production by W. R. H. Carling


Script By: Marguerite Dasnieres
Production By: W. R. H. Carling
Presenter: Guy Millot
Jean: Jean Driant
Marie: Olive Gregg
John: Richard Bebb
Mary: Olive Gregg
Vendeuse: Paule Deglon
Employé: André Maranne
Vendeur: Jean Driant

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