Introduced by Roy Hay
With a Different Complexion
Eric Herwin , County Horticultural Adviser for Kent, deals with the growing of peaches on bushes Arising out of Roses
Arthur Billitt talks about the many new roses he is planting in his own garden this autumn and winter and gives reasons for his choice of varieties
Produced by John Greenslade
Introduced by Bill Hartley
Geoffrey Hancock talks about the trend towards smaller tyres, and discusses tyres for winter use with E. S. Tompkins of a Tyre Design Department
Pollee power to remove cars: The Lawyer talks about the legal position of the police and the motorist Children in Cars?: Jean Ames expresses her strong views on motoring with children
Produced by James Pestridge
Repeated on Saturday at 12.0 (Home)
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