(By kind permission of Brigadier J. W.Hudleston , CommandingRoyalMarines,PlymouthDivision, and Officers Royal Marines)
Director of Music,
Lieut. F. J. RICKETTS , R.M.
SEYMOUR DOSSOR (tenor)
Lieut. F. J.
by JOHN GLYN ROBERTS
3—'The Bristol-Minehead-Barnstaple Road '
THIS IS THE third talk in a series on the great highways of the West Region. It has been the custom in former years to give hints to holiday-makers about out-of-the-way places. But there is all the romance of history on the main high-roads, and in this series John Glyn Roberts will bring the past to life.
A selection of those songs which have, through the years, brightened our beaches and pulverised our piers.
Presented by FRANCIS WORSLEY
With the assistance of ESMÉ DUNNING-MOORE
KITTY ADAMS EMYLN BURNS
JAMES WHIGHAM and THE WESTERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA Conducted by REGINALD REDMAN
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