The Elements of Golf, Tennis, and Swimming elicited by Michael Holloway from Charles Pixton ,
William Mcllwraith , and J. McArthur Milne in six weekly lessons
This series should prove helpful both to beginners and to those of moderate proficiency. One of the fundamental strokes of each sport will be dealt with in each of the following talks. Charlie Pixton is a well - known Bristol professional, William Mcllwraith was at one time coach to the Italian Davis Cup Team ; and J. McArthur Milne is the chief organiser of Physical Education for Bristol.
Best Behaviour Night (We Hope !)
Doris Ashton Nonnie Barnes
The Three Herons
Guests (Mere Males)
Norman Long will be let off the leash Sydney Jerome will accompany the girls (only on the piano)
Tommy Russell and Ernest Marconi
(Tommy will chaperone Ernest)
Jack Wynne (as Jim Emery ) will attend to the ladies' demands
The Three Musketeers are strong enough to take care of themselves and The Host-Stanelli will be thrown to the Lionesses (can he take it ! !)
The Orchestra conducted by Charles Shadwell
Production by John Sharman and Stanelli
Musical orchestrations and arrangements by Stanelli and Sydney Jerome
Additional dialogue by Walter de Groot
A. N. Symons
Last week N. V. L. Rybot spoke about the island of Jersey. Tonight listeners will hear something about Guernsey, the other of the two largest Channel islands. Many people know of the islands mainly as holiday resorts and as the home of particular breeds of cattle, but these survivals of the old Dukedom of Normandy have a very long and interesting history, and many other points of interest.
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