One more Border incident in which representatives of Scotland and England will contrast the lands of their fathers before an impartial audience in His Majesty's loyal and ancient town of Berwick-on-Tweed
In the chair, His Worship the Mayor of Berwick
(Councillor Philip Spowart)
Spokesman for Scotland,
Spokesman for England,
The encounter arranged by Alan Melville and D. G. Bridson from the Guildhall, Berwick-on-Tweed
C. F. Kirkus
C. F. Kirkus's knowledge of Snowdon is unrivalled; he has made many first ascents of difficult climbs. In this, the second talk of three on mountaineering, he will give listeners the benefit of his vast experience as a rock climber. The broadcast will be his radio debut.
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