Number Three of a Radio Magazine -from Solent to Severn and West to Land's End
Mirth and Magic to Measure
Spencer Vivian of Chittlehampton
' Glee Singing' Another ole cram
Jan Stewer of Devon
' Bring your own Music '
No. 3 ' Hither and Zither'
George Whitehead of Exeter
' Stupendous Attraction'
The screen and stage thirty years ago
Edwin Paterson of Weymouth
' Getting the Bird '
Harry Savory of Bristol
? Surprise Item ?
Compere, Michael Holloway
from the Pavilion Ballroom,
Bournemouth Vine. More, and Nevard
In original songs at the piano
Bennett and WiUiams
The jovial jesters with their phonofiddles and dancing to
Sim Grossman and his Dance
Band with EDWARD SLADE
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