with George MacDowell
Al Durrant 's band has been well known in the West Country since 1930. It has been successful in winning several dance-band contests, including the West of England, Birmingham and Midland Counties, and Oxford championships.
' Coarse Fishing'
' The Care of the Cricket Pitch'
The coarse fishing season begins on June 18, and Paul Jeens will have some advice as to fishing prospects and on the best tackle to use.
Harry Fernie is Head Groundsman of the County Ground at Taunton.
from the Polygon Hotel,
' A smile, a joke, and a piano '
Signor Vocalli in vocal burlesques
The Lancashire comedian
The Four Stuarts
Brothers in harmony and dance to
Fred Ballerini and his Dance Band
The first broadcast of cabaret from the Polygon Hotel was made last December. Programmes have been broadcast on several occasions since then. and each time the bill has included Fred Ballerini and his band, the combination that will provide dance music once again this evening.
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