' The Talkative Troll', a story by Olive Dehn , told by VALERIE LARG
Songs by CATHERINE STRACHAN
' All for a Tanner ', a story by Geoffrey Heney , told by WILLIAM HUGHES
' How's That ? ''
MAURICE FOSTER will tell you what is happening in the World of Sport
MIRANDA SUGDEN (soprano) Miss Sugden, who has broadcast frequently in the last five years, came to the Midlands from the West Riding, where she was engaged at various Festivals for oratorio and general concert work.
Conductor, JAMES SMITH
WILL GARDNER (entertainer)
This band first broadcast from Manchester in November last ; it has not been in the Midland programme before. Formed in 1884. as a military band, it became a brass band after the war. It has been engaged at Alton Towers and Lilleshall. James Smith began conducting eleven years ago, when he was only seventeen. WILL GARDNER
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