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: THE NORMAN BROOKS BERKELEY SEXTET

Norman Brooks made his first appearance as a boy prodigy violinist at the age of ten. Since then he has toured with a circus, then as leader-violinist with musical comedies and opera companies, and later as conductor. He has now settled in Bristol, where he is musical director of the Princess Theatre, and leader of the Norman Brooks Berkeley Sextet.

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Brooks
Unknown: Norman Brooks

: MY WEEK-END'

Short accounts by all kinds of people of how they are going to spend the week-end out of doors, and where they are going to spend it

: SWING MUSIC FROM AMERICA

Joe Marsala and his Orchestra from New York City (In collaboration with the Columbia
Broadcasting System)

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Marsala

: LLOYD THOMAS

at the BBC Theatre Organ

: HUMOUR IN MUSIC

Kenneth Ellis (bass)
The BBC West of England Singers
The Clifton Light Orchestra
Leader, Doreen Heal
Conducted by Reginald Redman

Contributors

Bass: Kenneth Ellis
Conducted By: Reginald Redman

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast

: PHIL WATTS AND HIS ORCHESTRA

with Beryl Davis

Contributors

Unknown: Beryl Davis

: SWING TIME

Coleman Hawkins and his Tenor Sax
A programme of gramophone records
Presented by Alan B. Sugden

Contributors

Unknown: Coleman Hawkins
Presented By: Alan B. Sugden








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