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: ' STROKE BY STROKE

The Elements of Golf, Tennis, and Swimming elicited by Michael Holloway from
Charles Pixton
William Mcllwraith and J. McArthur Milne in six weekly lessons
No. 6-Summary

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Holloway
Unknown: Charles Pixton
Unknown: William McLlwraith
Unknown: J. McArthur Milne

: A PIANOFORTE RECITAL

by Winifred Davey
Winifred Davey has broadcast many times as a soloist from Bristol, and gave the sixth in the Personal. Choice ' series of gramophone recitals in October. She is a member of many musical combinations, including the Bristol Light Ensemble, which made its debut in the West of England programme on April 21.

Contributors

Unknown: Winifred Davey
Unknown: Winifred Davey

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'THE WHITE NOTES'

A Concert Party
Presented by Albert H. Grant from the Princess Pier, Torquay
The cast includes
Eileen Merrie (comedienne)
Harry Huston (entertainer)
Menetta Marriott (soprano)
Hubert Carta (tenor)
Joyce Joye (soubrette)
Joe Richie (light comedian)
Mildred Kramer (pianist) and Albert H. Grant (comedian)
Produced by Albert H. Grant
For the past five summers the White Notes have been at Newquay, where they have broadcast a number of times. Albert H. Grant , the comedian and producer, is also the originator of the Empire Follies, which have broadcast in main Regional and Empire programmes. He is also well known in the West of England as principal comedian in pantomimes.

Contributors

Presented By: Albert H. Grant
Unknown: Harry Huston
Tenor: Hubert Carta
Tenor: Joyce Joye
Unknown: Joe Richie
Pianist: Mildred Kramer
Pianist: Albert H. Grant
Produced By: Albert H. Grant
Unknown: Albert H. Grant








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