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Jersey Talking Magazine-February Edition. Introduction by Gordon Young. Royal Feature-Ruby Bernstein talking about Queen Victoria, meeting her grandaughter, Princess Alice, was a press officer to the Rank Organisation and then helped a photographer, met Princess Alice at an exhibition held by the photographer and talks about Princess Alice's memories of her grandmother. Beth Lloyd interviewing Raymond Falla about how he started his political career, working for the Guernsey Growers Association, asked to join the States of Guernsey, serving on the Controlling Committee, his career after the war, President of the Island Reception Committee, his visit to Buckingham Palace, his reception of an OBE, his views on current island life and his advice to the young. Pat Dubras won the solo acting class in the Eisteddfod-performs her piece. Interview with Roy MacLoughlin about the magazine The Islander, getting items of local interest getting on to BBC regional programmes, contents of the magazine, interesting history of the island and writing about Jersey. End of Side One. Interview with Cliff Morgan, former Welsh rugby player and Head of Outside Broadcasting at the BBC, talking about his life including his childhood, playing rugby, Welsh peoples passion for rugby, playing for Wales, his parents, commentating, producing and working in television, traditions, having a stroke, his family, music, his involvement with a charity for the blind and his future. In Touch tips for the blind concerning a new cooking pan. Competition feature with Gordon Young playing records and the readers having to remember who sang it.
January 31st 1980 - January 31st 1980
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