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    The Passing Show [v1, #14, June 25, 1932] (Odhams Press, 2d, 40pp, 9¼" x 12", cover by Gilbert Wilkinson)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 6 · How the Royal Family Works, 2: King George: Servant of his Subjects · H. Kingsley Long · ar
    • 8 · Waking Up Wimbledon · Herbert Farjeon · ar
    • 9 · My Exciting Life · Basil Tozer · ar
    • 10 · Behind the Scenes at Wimbledon · D. M. B. Collier · ar
    • 13 · Bridge of Fate · Gaston Vincent · ss; western.
    • 17 · Private Lives 14: Mussolini and His Cat · Private Secretary · ar; in which we learn about Mussolini’s pet Persian cat, the only animal he respects because of it is ruthless, like himself.
    • 18 · Perishable Goods · Will Scott · ar; which considers just how long the wonders of the modern world will last.
    • 20 · His One Bad Habit · Michael Arabian · ss
    • 22 · Exploring the Uncanny, 2: Speed King’s “Spirit Warnings” · J. Wentworth Day · ar








    The Passing Show [v1, #21, August 13, 1932] (Odhams Press, 2d, 40pp, 9¼" x 12", cover by Gilbert Wilkinson)
    Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 6 · My Yesterdays: The Greatest Sight I Ever Saw · Gilbert Frankau · ar; Frankau talks about the crowd scenes at Wembley’s first Cup Final.
    • 8 · It’s a Great Life · Will Scott · ar
    • 9 · Women Can’t Play Cricket · Patsy Hendren · ar
    • 10 · Thrills Made to Pleasure · J. Murray Smith · ar; about scenic railways and fun fairs.
    • 13 · The Jasmine Balcony · Beatrice Grimshaw · ss; one of her South Seas tales.
    • 17 · Private Lives 21: The Richest Bachelor, Sir Philip Sassoon · Private Secretary · ar
    • 18 · The Jailbirds’ Jamboree · James Spenser · ar; about entertainment at San Quentin prison.
    • 20 · Mediocrity · W. A. Sweeney · ss
    • 22 · Seaside Nights That Nobody Knows · Claude F. Luke · ar; about goings on at night in Brighton, Blackpool and Southend.
    • 26 · They Live by Their Wits, 5: When Eve Takes a Hand · S. Beach Chester · ar


    The Passing Show [v1, #22, August 20, 1932] (Odhams Press, 2d, 40pp, 9¼" x 12", cover by Gilbert Wilkinson)
    Radio Number. Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 6 · Behind the Scenes at the B.B.C. · “Transmitter” · ar; includes photos of Val Gielgud, Lance Sieveking, Arthur Catterall, Adrian Boult, R.H. Eckersley.
    • 8 · Pity the Poor Parent · A. A. Thomson · ar; about incorrigible youth.
    • 9 · My Yesterdays: Absent Without Leave · Gilbert Frankau · ar
    • 10 · Nemesis and the American Movie Industry · Valentine Williams · ar
    • 13 · Jimmy Arkwright - Pirate · Francis H. Sibson · ss
    • 17 · Could You Swim the Channel? · Jabex Wolffe · ar
    • 18 · Elephants · J. Wentworth Day · ar
    • 20 · Cold Cash · Will Scott · ss
    • 22 · Private Lives 22: Radio Reith (Sir John Reith) · Private Secretary · ar
    • 24 · For the Love of Mike · Mary Collins · ar; about problems some radio stars have faced; includes photos of Mabel Constanduros, Clapham & Dwyer, Leonard henry, Christopher Stone and Stainless Stephen.






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