Another ' Mumjums ' story by Mary S. Jacob , told by PEGGY BRYAN
Songs by CONSTANCE ASTINGTON
' How's That ? '
Maurice Foster will tell you what is happening in the World of Sport
' About Sing-Hi'
A Chinese Story by Dorothy Cooper , told by DENIS FOLWELL
MURIEL SOTHAM (contralto) (Cornet and euphonium duet, E. CLAYTON and B. SULLIVAN)
Munn and Felton's Works Band, from Kettering, claims to be the only band in England connected with the boot and shoe industry. It was formed in January, 1933, and won the Championship of Northamptonshire last year, and second place in the first section at Leicester Festival. It has been filmed, broadcast from London as well as from National, and has played at the Bertram Mills Circus at Olympia. Mr. Halliwell, who is its teacher, has conducted leading bands at the Thousand Guineas Contests, Crystal Palace.
' Rodeo '
BRENDAN K. VALLINGS
Mr. Vallings, who recently broadcast a talk, ' Buffaloes and Bears in the same series, is in charge of the Ministry of Agriculture's campaign against the musk-rat in Shropshire.
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