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from East Anglia
Introduced by GWEN DUNN
The Great Tithe War:
DOREEN WALLACE tells HUGH BARRETT about the farmers' revolt of the 1930s
The Butterfly Headdress and Other Curiosities: ELIZABETH HARLAND describes the pleasures of brass-rubbing
Don'Change In the Train: some advice on fashion from PETER CROWN
I Wouldn'Live In a Town:
BOB BATES and CHARLES WHAR-TON, Norfolk farmers, express their views to GORDON MOSLEY
Ballads for Today: by ALLAN SMETHURST , the singing post-man, who writes them
Continued in next column
Going, Going, Gone:
PETER MUNN , antique dealer, considers auctions and those who attend them
For Kicks
First of ten instalments followed by an interlude at 3.0


Introduced By: Gwen Dunn
Unknown: Doreen Wallace
Unknown: Hugh Barrett
Unknown: Elizabeth Harland
Unknown: Bob Bates
Unknown: Gordon Mosley
Unknown: Allan Smethurst
Unknown: Peter Munn
Unknown: Dick Francis
Read By: Bruce Beeby

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