Request Week, First Day
' The Adventures of Grandfather Frog '
'How Grandfather 'Frog Quenched his Thirst', by THORNTON BURGESS , read by WILLIAM HUGHES
VERNON ADCOCK and ERNEST FREEDMAN
(xylophone and pianoforte)
MAURICE FOSTER will tell you what is happening in the World of Sport
JACKO will sing
' Midland Flying Clubs '
A Discussion between
W. H. SUTCLIFFE and E. DONALD
WYNN The Midland Flying Clubs have done much to foster the development of civil aviation and to help the keen amateur. W. H. Sutcliffe is Secretary of the oldest of these organisations, the Midland Aero Club, Birmingham ; and E. Donald Wynn belongs to the Nottingham Flying Club. The future of the clubs, as well as their present and past, will be discussed.
(Comet duet, J. HORN and A. REMMINGTON)
This band was formed over sixty years ago. Successes since the War include Northamptonshire Challenge Shield (twice), the Coventry Cup (twice), Bedfordshire Eisteddfod, and Leicester Challenge Cup. At the last six contests in which it has competed the band has won five second prizes.
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