Today Radio 2's own scrum-half prepares for battle with VERMrrHRAX PEJORATIVE - the Welsh Dragon. With his side-steps, fly-kicks, and electrifying speed, can he defeat the terrifying beast and get a result at Twickers? Find out later today in Sport on 2. Prop Forward GEOFF MULLIN
from the Hippodrome, Goldcrs Green, London featuring HIS ORCHESTRA and JOAN BAXTER ,
NICK CURTIS. LEE GIBSON , EDDIE LESTER , HILARY LESTER
TRACY MILLER. TOM SAFFERY Introduced by John Dunn Producer
DAVID RAYVERN ALLEN
The sixth in a series of international programmes This week the music popular in Norway 1950-9 featuring the NORWEGIAN RADIO ORCHESTRA conducted by NICHOLAS BRAITHWAITE
Songs by NORA BECKSTEDT
ISABEL FUENTES. PER MOLLER and ODD-BORRE
CHRISTIAN BECK (trumpet) Presented by Len Jackson Producer
SIGURD JANSEN (NRK) Edited by MEL HOUSE
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