or 'Harry Hopeful's Court of Inquiry
Relayed from Queen Mary's House,
Jedburgh, on the Borders of England and Scotland
Produced by D. G BRIDSON and E. A. HARDING
This is the fourth' Harry Hopeful ' programme to be broadcast. Previous trips have taken this cheery radio character to the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District, and the Cleveland Hills.
This will be the first time he has
T the Border but listeners may crossed he Border met) and will summon to this Court of Inquiry, as summon to this charactersas many interesting local characters as ever, and that from the veryfirstbars of Harry's now-famous' signature song' the whole programme will be suffused with the traditional jollity of Auld Year's Nicht in Scotland.
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