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Tarrant Bailey , Junr. banjo
Bob Arnold the Farmer's Boy
' This takes me back ' some old tunes sung by Hugh Morton
All three artists in this programme are experienced broadcasters. Tarrant Bailey's father and grandfather were both musicians. He has made more banjo records than any other player of the instrument, judged the first National banjo contest, and has appeared with the Kentucky Minstrels and in television.
Bob Arnold first broadcast in the ' Roving Reporter' series. He is a popular entertainer in Oxfordshire and Worcestershire, specialising in songs of ' The Farmer's Boy ' type.
Hugh Morton is one of the best-known artists in Midland radio, and has played the lead in many musical productions.

Contributors

Unknown: Tarrant Bailey
Unknown: Bob Arnold
Sung By: Hugh Morton
Unknown: Bob Arnold
Unknown: Hugh Morton

: 'CHOIR AND CONGREGATION'

A Programme of Church Music
Arranged and presented by G. H. Heath Gracie
The BBC Midland Singers
Conductor, Edgar Morgan
Gilbert Mills (organ) from the Church of the Messiah,
Birmingham

Contributors

Presented By: G. H. Heath Gracie

: 'WHAT INDUSTRY OFFERS YOUR CHILD*

' Agriculture'
A discussion between
P. Sargant Florence , J. H. Wain , and J. R. Lambley

Contributors

Unknown: P. Sargant Florence
Unknown: J. H. Wain
Unknown: J. R. Lambley

: A PIANOFORTE INTERLUDE

by Margaret Ablethorpe

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Ablethorpe

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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