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: Shelsley Walsh International Open Hill Climb

for Supercharged and Non-Supercharged Cars
(Under the auspices of the Midland
Automobile Club)
A Running Commentary by F. J. FINDON (of the Light Car) and Earl HOWE from Shelsley Walsh


Commentary By: F. J. Findon
Commentary By: Earl Howe
Unknown: Shelsley Walsh

: The Children's Hour

(Northern Ireland Programme)


including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Midland Announcements and Midland Sports Bulletin


RAYMOND GREEN (entertainer) with HAROLD OMAN at the piano RAYMOND GREEN (Solo pianoforte, JACK WILSON)RAYMOND GREEN (Solo saxophone, JIMMY DONOVAN).

: 'Beside the Seaside'

A Midland Visit to Blackpool for
An excerpt from Jack Taylor 's
1936 Revue
'King Fun'
From The Opera House including :
George Formby
Frank Randle
Randolph Sutton
Vashti Taylor Beryl Formby Leslie Pearce
The Four Franks
Rosemary Dering
The Savoy Junior Band and Corps de
The Opera House Orchestra
Conductor, H. Judge Robinson
Sketches by Jack Taylor and George Formby
(Northern Programme)


Unknown: Jack Taylor
Unknown: George Formby
Unknown: Frank Randle
Unknown: Randolph Sutton
Unknown: Vashti Taylor
Unknown: Beryl Formby
Unknown: Leslie Pearce
Conductor: H. Judge Robinson
Unknown: Jack Taylor
Unknown: George Formby


Weather Forecast and News

: Today at Shelsley Walsh

A Summary of this afternoon's Commentary on the Shelsley Walsh
International Open Hill Climb
(Electrical Recording)


Weather Forecast and News

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