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: FRANK WALKER AND HIS MINIATURE ORCHESTRA

Andrew Clayton (tenor)

Contributors

Tenor: Andrew Clayton

: THE EXETER MALE VOICE CHOIR

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.

: ' SPORTS SPECIAL'

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

Contributors

Unknown: John Dalgleish
Unknown: Jimmy Ure
Unknown: Norman Rich
Unknown: Frank Buckland
Unknown: Norman Creek
Editor: Jem Belcher
Produced By: Pat Beech

: BBC VARIETY ORCHESTRA

with Webster Booth (tenor)

: 'THE INVISIBLE MAN '

A Father Brown story by G. K. Chesterton
Adapted for broadcasting by Felix Felton
Characters
John Turnbull Angus
Laura Hope
Isidore Smythe
James Wilkin
Father Brown
Flambeau also a commissionaire, a policeman, a , porter, and a chestnut-seller
Production by Felix Felton

Contributors

Story By: G. K. Chesterton
Broadcasting By: Felix Felton
Unknown: John Turnbull Angus
Unknown: Laura Hope
Unknown: Isidore Smythe
Unknown: James Wilkin
Production By: Felix Felton

: Summer Sport

Motor-Boat Racing:
'Yachting World Hundred'
Dean Delamont
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

: Scottish Dance Music

William Hannah 's Band
(Scotland)

Contributors

Unknown: William Hannah

: 'CHARD'

A short story written for broadcasting by Margaret Hamilton , read by Tom Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Hamilton
Read By: Tom Smith

: NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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