In the week when spring officially begins, JOHN WARREN and JOHN MURRAY make their regular monthly visit to the Radio London allotment in Southall. They have been preparing it through January and February for the seeds which they are planting today. It's an all-vegetable plot, so the emphasis is on self-sufficiency as they take us through the season, from seed to harvest. Producer JOHN MURRAY See also feature p 67
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