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1 Commonwealth and Empire Annual 1955
The Gawthorn Press Ltd 1955 Blue cloth with Guilt Titles Good No Jacket Ref B63 
Stories and articles from the various countries of the British empire - now Commonwealth. many drawings, colour and B&W illustrations and B&W and coloured photographs. Edge slightly faded 
Price: 7.00 GBP
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2 Let's Recite Again: Verses and Playlets for Overseas Occasions
London Edinburgh House Press 1948 Soft Cover Good No Jacket 
Illustrations. 52 pages. Verses and Playlets for children ages 6 to 15 
Price: 3.00 GBP
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Oh Boy Annual 1983
3 Oh Boy Annual 1983
IPC Magazines 1982 Illustrated Board Good No Jacket A78 
Not Price Clipped very nice copy 
Price: 2.00 GBP
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4 Budden John From Rags to Riches The Horses That Made Racing Pay
Chorley, Lancs Pride of Place Publishing Ltd 1994 187464506X / 9781874645061 Pictorial Paper Covers Good No Jacket 
Front cover shows Mister Baileys, Flakey Dove and Lochsong beating Paris House. Other horses mention are Forest King, Key to my Heart, Debs Ball, Blyton Lad, Lucky Parkes, Majed, Stack Rock, Bob's Return, Castlerlea Lad, River North, Jodami, Dizzy, and Antonin 
Price: 2.00 GBP
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Budget Meals: Eight Weeks of Delicious Dinner and Dessert Recipes, Kimberly Saunders
5 Kimberly Saunders Budget Meals: Eight Weeks of Delicious Dinner and Dessert Recipes
Zodiac Publishing 2007 1904566758 / 9781904566755 Paperback New Book Ref A223 20.4 x 14.8 x 1.2 cm 

Price: 4.99 GBP
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6 Milligan Spike The Goon Show Scripts
London Sphere Books Ltd 1973 0722160798 / 9780722160794 Paper Back Good No Jacket 
The Goon Show dominated the BBC radio shows of the 1950's It came out of a show called Crazy People with the cast of Michael Bentine, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers. These Milligan selected scripts are from episodes between 1954 and 1956. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
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Over the Airwave, Trevor Hill
7 Trevor Hill Over the Airwave
Book Guild Ltd 2005 1857768329 / 978-1857768329 Hardback New Book In stock, ready to ship from B 336 pages 23.4 x 16.2 x 2.8 cm Forward by Wallace Grevatt 
From his first job as that of "Spot FX'' boy on the legendary ITMA, with Tommy Handley and the gang. Trevor became involved with and often played a major role in both radio and te1evision's golden eras, producing and writing for many of the most famous and popular names in show business. With his wife, the writer Margaret Potter, he was heavily involved in the northern edition of Children’s Hour, one of the best loved and most famous of all BBC series, even auditioning a 14-year-old Julie Andrews for her first break! Both Cliff Michelmore and a then teenage Judith Chalmers presented their very first radio and television programmes for Trevor, Judith literally launching the television feature he devised for children aboard the "Royal Iris" paddle steamer, which is still sailing today under the title "B1ue Peter". Retirement did not mark the end of his career, however, as he is often invited back to collaborate in the making of programmes and features about his days with the BBC and with the Overseas Broadcasting Service in Hamburg during and after the Second World War. 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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Everyman - Gloucestershire's Theatre - The Story of A Theatre, Wilkinson, Philip
8 Wilkinson, Philip Everyman - Gloucestershire's Theatre - The Story of A Theatre
2004 Pamphlet - Staple Binding As New No Jacket 
A well produced lovely colour brochure of the history of this Frank Matcham theatre, 26pp. 
Price: 3.50 GBP
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