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: ON THE JOB 5—'The Land'

This is the fifth of a series of discussions on careers. This evening Earl Waldegrave will lead the discussion and will have in the studio with him a specialist on forestry, fruit-growing, and market gardening, and mention will be made of other industries connected with the land.


Unknown: Earl Waldegrave


including Weather Forecast


A Dashing Revue with Albert Grant
Diana Clare
The Popular Singer
Kenway and Young
Mervyn Saunders
Songs at the Piano
Cyril Fletcher in more Odd Odes
The Western Revue Chorus and The Western Revue Orchestra
Produced by Leslie Bridgmont
This is the third .of the monthly revues modelled on the lines of a mixture of a modern concert party and a revue. All the artists are well known to West Country listeners, having broadcast frequently from seaside concert parties and cabarets during the summer months.
Albert H. Grant , the comedian of the show, has produced the White Notes concert party at Newquay for the last six summers, most of the material being written by himself. He was the leading comedian in Nippy, The Five O'Clock Girl, and Bow Bells, among other West-End musical comedies. He has broadcast frequently, and wrote two productions for radio called The Empire Follies.


Unknown: Albert Grant
Unknown: Diana Clare
Piano: Cyril Fletcher
Produced By: Leslie Bridgmont
Unknown: Albert H. Grant


(including Weather Forecast)

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