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visits Oaklands
The Hertfordshire Institute of Agriculture has provided courses in agriculture and horticulture for almost forty years and to do this successfully a wide range of crops is grown both in the gardens and the glasshouses.
Roy HAY and other horticultural guests are shown round the glasshouses where all-the-year-round chrysanthemums, tomatoes, carnations, and house plants are grown Hosts: ALFRED Lugc, Senior Horticultural Adviser, and S. R. G. DOWNS, Head of the Horticultural Department
Introduced by Roy HAY
Produced by John Greenslade


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Produced By: John Greenslade

: Motoring and the Motorist

Introduced by Bill Hartley
The Motor Agents' Association Fidelity Scheme: An interview with Alfred S. Fosh, O.B.E., Chairman of the M.A.A. Standards of Trading Committee
It's my view..... Out of Order: Jack Davey on traffic lights
The Specialist: Sparking plugs by Keith Gough
The New Motorway: A report by Jack Hay on the first part of the M.5 which has just been opened.


Presenter: Bill Hartley
Interviewee: Alfred S. Fosh
Speaker: Jack Davey
Speaker: Keith Gough
Reporter: Jack Hay
Producer: James Pestridge

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: Closedown

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