Roy Tyzack asked: Does anyone remember the ‘Tape Recorder Club’? It was run by Glyn Summers, probably around 1962/3 and we used to meet, after school, in the library. The idea was to act out plays and record them on the large tape recorder owned by the school. I don’t think it was terribly successful (probably just terrible!). I remember, in one play, it required one of us to sing ‘Shenandoah’. I volunteered and gave it my best shot but I seem to remember, having listened to my efforts, that Glyn decided the play would survive without the ‘vocal refrain’! I would love to hear from anyone who remembers that club.