' Bamburgh and the Northumberland Coast'
G. H. Hickling
W. S. Angus will talk of the country and the sea that is in view from the Golf Course at Bamburgh. They will tell you of the castle, of the islands and of the origin of the coast itself. Nor will they forget the Cheviot which rises behind them.
Arranged and presented by Frank A. Terry with additional lyrics and music by Wilcox and Rutherford, Frank Arthur , Claude Branston and Frank A. Terry including
(comedian and dancer)
Jessie Crone (comedienne)
(humour and harmony)
(soubrette and dancer)
Esme Dunning Moore
(fun on the links)
Madame Helena Lehmiski 's
Directed by Jess H. Linscott from the Victoria Theatre, Burnley
A survey of the past and a review of the present whale fishery
This season's whale fishery has a very novel and important feature : the re-entry of British seamen. We shall salute them with traditional songs and then look back to the days when the industry was carried on from open boats, when ships would go North seasonally or operate in tropical waters for sometimes three years on end. We shall talk of 'scrimshandering' and the recreations of these old sailors. Nor shall we forget the noble family of whales and their idiosyncrasies.
And then you will hear of the modern fishery, which these English-men have gone out to join, of its migration to Antarctic waters, of factory ships, of an industry now highly organised. Once more Hull has gone a-whaling. The principal contributors to this programme will be N. A. Mackintosh , who is Director of Research to the Discovery Investigations, and J. 0. Borley, the fisheries adviser to the Colonial
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