Compiled by Sybil, Lady Eden
In this new series well-known men and women of the North-East will personally present' the music they love. But listeners will also hear many of the incidental memories and anecdotes that these favourite melodies recall.
Sybil, Lady Eden, mother of a famous statesmen, representative of a centuries-old Durham family, needs no introduction to Stagshaw listeners. She has recently completed the writing of her memoirs. Tonight's programme provides a supplementary chapter.
The programme arranged and compered by John Polwarth
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