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: CRICKET

Somerset v. Glamorgan
A commentary during play, by R. M. Rickett , from the County Cricket
Ground, Weston-super-Mare

Contributors

Play By: R. M. Rickett

: FROM THE SHOWS'

A programme of gramophone records of hits from Musical Comedies and Revues

: CRICKET

Somerset v. Glamorgan
A commentary during play, by R. M. Rickett , from the County Cricket
Ground, Weston-super-Mare

Contributors

Play By: R. M. Rickett

: RONNIE HILL

in his own original songs at the piano

: A RECITAL ON TWO PIANOFORTES

by Margaret Harris and Edgar Glasspool

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Harris
Unknown: Edgar Glasspool

: OPENING NIGHT

of the Forty-Fifth Season of Promenade Concerts

: 'SUMMER SPORT'

Cricket:
Somerset v. Glamorgan
An eye-witness account of today's play
Tennis Technique:
3 — ' The Service '
Major C. L. Cooper-Hunt

Contributors

Unknown: Major C. L. Cooper-Hunt

: The Air Defence of Bristol

The City's Air Defences surveyed, from the air and from a Ground Station.
This programme will give an idea of the work being done by the members of the 66th Searchlight Regiment of the Territorial Army, one of the Units, whose duty it would be to defend the City of Bristol against hostile aircraft.

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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