A summer holiday magazine
Edited by Lionel Gamlin
Out of Doors
Geoffrey Morgan introduces you to pig-keeping as a useful hobby
Let's Change Places!
Bernard Lyons invites young listeners to meet people with interesting jobs and to make up their minds if they would like to change places with them
Today: A hotel chef
The best of the new radio talent of towns from all parts of the British Isles compete for the title of ' Top Town '
Southport v. Hull
Managing Director of a group of Yorkshire theatres
Introduced by Roy Bradford
Music by Ray Mart ,in and his Ordhesitra
Produced by Barney Colehan
The Light Programme invites
Mr. Billy Bunn a sheet-metal worker from a Birmingham factory, for his first visit to a harvest, where Bob Arnold, R. D. Smith, and Gordon Cruikshank introduce him to the workers on a farm in Gloucestershire
Edited and produced by R. D. Smith
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