' The Buried Treasure ' a story told by JOAN HYDE with imitations by Olive HUNTLEY
Music by THE CLIFFORD QUINTET
' Town or Country ? '
Stories of Fifty Years Ago by JOE GUTTERIDGE and SAM BALL
or one more
War of the Roses
An Upstanding Debate in which
Lancashire and Yorkshire will again contest superiority
Many well-known aborigines will visit the microphone
Protagonism will be divided between
Lancashire : BRENT WOOD
Yorkshire: PHILIP ROBINSON upon evidence collected by GEOFFREY BRIDSON and DONALD BOYD
The entire dog-fight staged and conducted before gentry and commoners in some convenient place between Saddleworth and Tan Hill, not known to the Constabulary
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