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A Listener on Broadcasters
A Broadcaster on Listeners
This should be one of the most entertaining of this interesting fortnightly series, which started on October 4. In past weeks domestic servants and housewives, the police and motorists, parents and school teachers, doctors and patients, and M.P.'s and ejectors have been represented.
Conductor, C. W. Jackson
This choir began its career in 1907 with fifteen members. It now has seventy ; most of them are South Derbyshire miners. In eleven contests at Loughborough the combination has won seven firsts, and in November it won the premier award at the London Semi-National Eisteddfod.
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