3-' The Sea'
This is the third of a series of discussions on careers. This time Lt. W. B. Luard will lead the discussion and will have with him in the studio a ship's captain, an engineer, an apprentice, and an able-bodied seaman. They will tell listeners about their work, their training for it, and their prospects.
A Dashing Revue with Albert Grant comedian
Diana Clare the popular singer
Kenway and Young entertainers
Mervyn Saunders tenor
Cyril Fletcher in more odd odes
The Western Revue Chorus and The Western Revue Orchestra
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
This is the second of these monthly revues. All the artists are well known to West Country listeners, having broadcast frequently from seaside concert parties and cabarets during the summer months.
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