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at the Organ of the Odeon Cinema,
Peggy Weber began to study the organ at the age of seventeen with Dr. Thaiben-Ball. A year or so later she became resident organist at the Kingsway Cinema, Hadleigh. Later she was transferred to a London theatre, where she was taught by Harold Ramsay , who appointed her organist for Radio-Rodeo, a show with which she went on tour. On returning to London she broadcast at the BBC theatre organ last April -an unusual honour, for only two other women organists-Ena Baga and Florence de Jong-have played on it. She went to the Odeon at Weston-super-Mare last August.


Unknown: Harold Ramsay

: London Theatre Successes of 1938

A programme of gramophone records presented by John Lampson in which he will review the musical shows of the past year.


Presenter: John Lampson


R. C. Atkinson
The badger, so called from the badge device on his head, is probably much more common in this country than many people think-he is a very shy : fellow and nocturnal in his habits. How far he is a friend of farmers and how far an enemy is a controversial point, but there is no doubt. that the association of the verb ' badger' has given him a worse reputation than he deserves.
R. C. Atkinson has made a special study of the habits of the badger, more especially in Dorset, and tonight listeners may expect first-hand observations.


Unknown: R. C. Atkinson
Unknown: R. C. Atkinson


by Clifford Curzon


Unknown: Clifford Curzon


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