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: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'THE KILLING OF BLACKMORE'S PIG'

A short story from ' My Native Devon' by the Hon. John W.
Fortescue
Read by Mark George
The Hon. John Fortescue was King's Librarian at Windsor Castle. His chief work was ' The History of the British Army', which ran into many volumes. He was a great lover of the West Country, particularly Devonshire, and one of his best-known Devonshire books is ' A Red Deer'. However, 'My Native Devon ', from which the story ' The Killing of Blackmore's Pig' comes, gives perhaps the best picture of Devonshire people and places of late Victorian years which has been written.

Contributors

Read By: Mark George
Unknown: John Fortescue

: WESTERN CABARET

from the Royal Bath Hotel Ballroom,
Bournemouth including
Peggy Cochrane
(The tune a minute girl)
The Carlyle Cousins
(Radio's harmonising trio)
Nan Kennedy
(Starring the Stars)
Cyril Fletcher and Billy Bissett and his Canadians with THE CANADIAN CAPERS and ALICE MANN

Contributors

Unknown: Peggy Cochrane
Unknown: Nan Kennedy
Unknown: Cyril Fletcher
Unknown: Billy Bissett
Unknown: Alice Mann

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS








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