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A pre-view of the activities of the Music and Outside Broadcast Departments for the coming quarter contributed by Reginald Redman and Leslie Bridginont


Unknown: Reginald Redman
Unknown: Leslie Bridginont


including Weather Forecast
7.20 Western Announcements
7.25 Interlude


will be held in the Landithy Hall ,
Madron, Cornwall
The following will take part
Mabe Carol Singers
Peter Sandry, Telling Tales
Jack Collings , The Fisherman Bass
The Sladesbridge Hand-bell Ringers
The Madron Guise Dancers
Chairman, Bernard Fishwick


Unknown: Landithy Hall
Unknown: Jack Collings
Unknown: Bernard Fishwick

: An excerpt from the pantomime 'CINDERELLA'

presented by Francis Laidler from the Prince's Theatre, Bristol
The cast includes :
Augmented Orchestra under the direction of Norman Brooks
Produced by Gerald Seymour


Presented By: Francis Laidler
Unknown: Norman Brooks
Produced By: Gerald Seymour
Cinderella: Joan Cole
Prince Charming: Phyllis Godden
Ugly Sister Julia: Jack Hayes
Ugly Sister Trixie: Victor King
Baron de Broke: George Baines
The Broker's Men: Bert Rich
The Broker's Men: Jay Galvin
Dandini: Peggy Bedell
Fairy Crystal: Wendy Elliott
Peter, the page: Phil Strickland


(including Weather Forecast) SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS

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