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: RADIO RODEO (September Edition)

Presented by Harold Ramsay
Roping in Gracie Fields
Bower and Rutherford
Harry Hemsley
The Saxophone Six
Leslie Strange
Fred Hudson
At the organ:
Sidney Torch
H. Robinson Cleaver
Phil Park and Harold Ramsay
Continuity and special lyrics by Phil Park
Produced by Leon Pollock from the Union Cinema,
(Regional Programme)


Presented By: Harold Ramsay
Unknown: Leslie Strange
Unknown: Fred Hudson
Unknown: H. Robinson Cleaver
Unknown: Phil Park
Unknown: Harold Ramsay
Produced By: Leon Pollock


' The Signing of the American
Harold J. Laski
On Wednesday or Thursday evenings at varying times, an authoritative speaker is invited in this programme to discuss some subject of special interest at the moment
(Regional Programme)


Unknown: Harold J. Laski


A. W. Ling
This is the first talk in the autumn series, and A. W. Ling will begin it by discussing the prospects of agriculture generally in the West Country, the effect of the new Government proposals, and by indicating the extent and intention of subsequent talks.


Unknown: A. W. Ling


from the Pavilion Ballroom,
This includes
Jack Barty (entertainer)
Ward and Draper
(The Lyrical Satirists) and dancing to
Sim Grossman and his Dance Band


Unknown: Jack Barty
Unknown: Sim Grossman


A recorded summary of this morning's ceremony in Grove Park
The ceremony on the occasion of the granting of the Charter of Incorporation to Weston-super-Mare at 11 a.m. this morning in Grove Park was attended by many distinguished people, including the Bishop of Taunton, Bishop de Silas, the Lord Mayor of Bristol, and the Marquess of Bath, Lord-Lieutenant of the County, who made the presentation. This recorded summary of the morning's events will give listeners an excellent idea of the whole ceremony.


Some mid-eighteenth-century poems read by Hugh Morton
(Regional Programme)


Read By: Hugh Morton

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