(Interleaved with Music)
The many sketches are all the work of Northern authors and performed by Newcastle Radio Players, while popular Tyneside Variety Artists supply the interleaving
The Neighbourly Neighbour by E. A. BRYAN
The Patient Patient by WALTER DIERICX
Basher in Slumberland by E. A. BRYAN
The Jig Saw by ESTHER MCCRACKEN
The Birth of Jazz by E. A: BRYAN
HURLY and BURLY
PETER FIELDING AND his BAND
Produced by JAN BUSSELL
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