Introduced by Roy Hay
Gardening on Clay: David Storrie talks about the methods he used to obtain the desired results and the problems that had to be overcome in his Scottish garden
Fruit for Town Gardens: F. R. Mc -Quown suggests the most suitable things to grow and the best varieties for town gardens, and gives some advice on the production of good quality fruit
A weekly magazine
Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley
How do you use your car' The woman's viewpoint by Mary Vernon
Centres of Research: Jim Pestridge investigates developments in bodywork
Widen your holiday horizons with Roy McCarthy
The Lawyer: Self-defence. 2-Misdemeanours abroad
Produced by David Glencross
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