You can see them in the musical trade-papers of the 1930s - in the sepia pages of the radio-fan magazines: glossy young men with their hair brushed back and their mouths set in a wide confident grin. Charming, smiling, rich - who were they? The band leaders of the 1930s, the super stars.'
Steve Race presents a picture of the golden age of British dance music with reminiscences by band leaders ROY fox and HARRY ROY clarinettist NAT TEMPLE bass player TINY WINTERS and drummer JOCK JACOBSON Research by RITA DANDO
Produced by MICHELL RAPER
ContributorsUnknown: Steve Race
Clarinettist: Harry Roy
Produced By: Michell Raper