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A Running Commentary by GEORGE AITCHISON , on the English National Sheep Dog Trials, relayed from Denton
Park, Ilkley
(From Leeds)
(Copyright. See notice on page 518)


Commentary By: George Aitchison


Directed by John Bridge
D. Leslie Holme (baritone)


Directed By: John Bridge
Baritone: D. Leslie Holme


A Running Commentary by GEORGE AITCHISON , on the English National Sheep Dog Trials, relayed from Denton
Park, Ilkley (From Leeds)


Commentary By: George Aitchison

: The Children's Hour

A Norman Hunter Story


Unknown: Norman Hunter Story

: The First News

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Regional Announcements and Sports Bulletin

: ' The Second News '

Weather Forecast
Second General News Bulletin

: Pleasure on Parade

The Famous Summertime Cabaret Revue
Presented by FRANK A. TERRY
Relayed from the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton
Jessie Crone (contralto comedienne); Beth O'Dare (soubrette and dancer); JOYCE WILLIAMS (soprano); JACK MURRAY (comedian); WALTER JONES (entertainer); CLAUDE BRANSTON (pianist entertainer); REX ASHLEY (light comedian and dancer); ERNEST HARGREAVES (tenor); FRANK A. TERRY (producer and entertainer); MADAME HELENA LEHMISKI'S YOUNG LADIES (Elsie Le Vack, Eileen Walker, Fay Crandall, Joan Gilbey).
Produced, Invented and arranged by FRANK A. TERRY
Additional Lyrics and Music by PETER W. DAWSON, FRANK A. TERRY, and CLAUDE BRANSTON


Presented By: Frank A. Terry
Contralto: Jessie Crone
Unknown: Beth O'Dare
Soprano: Joyce Williams
Soprano: Jack Murray
Pianist: Claude Branston
Tenor: Ernest Hargreaves
Tenor: Frank A. Terry
Unknown: Madame Helena Lehmiski
Unknown: Elsie Le Vack
Unknown: Eileen Walker
Unknown: Fay Crandall
Unknown: Joan Gilbey
Arranged By: Frank A. Terry
Unknown: Peter W. Dawson
Unknown: Frank A. Terry

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