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: Shelsley Walsh

International Open Hill Climb for Racing and Sports Cars
(Under the auspices of The Midland Automobile
A Running Commentary by F. J. FINDON (of The Light Car and Cycle
Car) and Major VERNON BROOK
Relayed from Shelsley Walsh
Shelsley Walsh is a recognised International Fixture, being the British event for the Hill Climb Championship of Europe
Length of Course, 1,000 yards Average Gradient, I in 8.907
(Copyright. See notice on page 722)
(Midland Regional Programme)


Commentary By: F. J. Findon
Unknown: Shelsley Walsh
Unknown: Shelsley Walsh

: Scottish Children's Hour

' Robert Rabbit and his Cousin Angus
MacRabbit nearly see a ghost'


Play By: Jean Robertson
Play By: Robert Rabbit
Unknown: Cousin Angus

: 'The First News'

Weather Forecast, First General News Bulletin, followed by Scottish Announcements (From Edinburgh)

: 'The Week in Scotland'

(From Glasgow)


(From Glasgow)


Directed By: John MacArthur
Baritone: Robert Bovington

: The Odd Ten Minutes

THE ODD TEN MINUTES is a sort of broadcast stop press to enable us to give listeners the advantage of last minute items of interest which cannot be foreseen when THE RADIO TIMES goes to press.
(From Edinburgh)

: 'The Second News'

Weather Forecast,Second General News

: ' Piping Time'

Pipe-Major Ross
(From Edinburgh)

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