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a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute

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Hope and Social has invited members of the Anchormen Ensemble to play arranger James Hamilton's unique brand of big band arrangements mixed in with their usual repertoire continuing the jazz theme for the evening.
Proceeds from the evening will go to the Anchormen organisation, which is a registered charity based in Elland .
The Anchormen sponsored the competition which was hosted at Huddersfield Sports Centre.
* FIRST CLASS: The Elland Anchormen cadets put on a top performance
Says chairman and founder member Cyril Vicars of Leeds: "We're thrilled to be able to present live music again - and we can guarantee a great swinging concert from the Anchormen Ensemble, who have quickly gained a reputation as one of the top big bands in the country."
The Anchormen play at the New Oaks Club, Oakes Road, Oakes, on Wednesday September 2.
The juniors were not the only success story of the Anchormen's day.
The new season for the Anchormen begins on April 21 at the Savage Centre in Elland and new members are welcome.
The Anchormen colour guard will be aiming for the top place, having been junior champions in 2007 and junior runners up in 2008.
A new feature of the Winterguard circuit this year is an indoor percussion competition in which the Anchormen's 12-strong drum section will compete.
The Anchormen's brass players learned their music in a drum and bugle corps, a closed world to many people.
The Anchormen's routine, called The Talent Show, was based around the music from films Dream girls and Hairspray.
Most of the players have history marching with local bands, including the Brighouse St John's Ambulance Brigade, The Brighouse Royal British Legion, The Northern Skyriders, Conquest Alliance and the Anchormen.
Their show, based on Broadway show music, was written by Tony Lees, a former member of the Anchormen.