Conductor, W. J. Cotton
W. J. Cotton, conductor of this choir, comes from a musical family. His father and five brothers were singers in Dawlish Parish Church choir, and his two sons were choristers in Exeter Cathedral choir. His daughter is also a well-known singer. He was a member of the celebrated male voice quartet, the Isca Glee Singers, and has sung for many years in Exeter Cathedral.
Soccer Season Number including first impressions of the form shown by the seven West-Country Teams in the following matches:
Plymouth Argyle v. West Ham United
Bristol City v. Aldershot
Bristol Rovers v. Reading
Exeter City v. Torquay United
Swindon Town v. Northampton Town
Bournemouth & B.A. v. Notts County given by John Dalgleish , Jimmy Ure , Norman Rich , Frank Buckland , Norman Creek , and Charles Lines
Editor, Jem Belcher
Produced by Pat Beech
A Father Brown story by G. K. Chesterton
Adapted for broadcasting by Felix Felton
John Turnbull Angus
Flambeau also a commissionaire, a policeman, a , porter, and a chestnut-seller
Production by Felix Felton
'Yachting World Hundred'
An account of the long-distance race competed for on the Severn this afternoon, with some general remarks about motor-boat racing in the South-West
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