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: For Farmers

Fruit
Frances Perry in the television garden shows how old orchard trees can be revived by top grafts, and recommends growing soft fruits as an additional interest for farmers.

3.20 Poultry
A film made for the Ministry of Agriculture emphasising the importance of planning and good management in making poultry keeping profitable on the general farm.

3.40-4.0 Pigs
Frank Farquharson, a breeder, discusses with Frank Gerrard, of the Smithfield College, the special requirements that must be satisfied when breeding pigs for bacon or pork.

Contributors

Item presenter (Fruit): Frances Perry
Breeder (Pigs): Frank Farquharson
Speaker (Pigs): Frank Gerrard
Producer: S.E. Reynolds

: Starlight: Betty Paul

Contributors

Singer: Betty Paul

: London Town

Written by John Rowdon and George Moresby White.
A magazine of past and present stories of the world's greatest city.

Told by Richard Dimbleby.
Film sequences made by the Television Film Unit
All correspondence in connection with this programme should be addressed to 'London Town', [address removed]

Contributors

Writer: John Rowdon
Writer: George Moresby White
Narrator: Richard Dimbleby
Editor/Producer: Stephen McCormack

: Lines and Circles

An unusual film, directed by Virginia Sabel, which won an award at the ninth International Film Festival at Venice. This film, shown under the title 'A Lesson in Geometry', explains mathematics to the layman in a novel manner.

Contributors

Director: Virginia Sabel

: News

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(to 22.15)








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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