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Programme 10
Produced by ARTHUR LANGFORD Monday's broadcast
For details of accompanying booklet see page 52


Produced By: Arthur Langford


Introduced by Roy HAY
Chelsea Show Preview
Next week the Royal Horticultural Society's Show will be held in the grounds of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. Four horticulturists for whom this is a particularly busy time-H. C. BLYTHE , WILL INGWERSEN, HARRY WHEAT-CROFT and GEORGE WHITELEGG talk about the problems and pleasures of preparing for this event and give advice on how visitors can get the most from a day there.


Introduced By: Roy Hay
Unknown: C. Blythe
Unknown: George Whitelegg


Cross Roads
A special edition before an audience of members of the Seven Fifty Motor Club in London
Answering their questions are: NORMAN W. Goodchild Chief Constable of Wolverhampton
RONALD PRIESTLEY Chief Instructor of a large driving school
BBC Motoring Correspondent and commentator
Technical Editor of the Autocar
Chairman, BILL HARTLEY Produced by JAMES Pestridge


Unknown: Ronald Priestley
Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: Harry Mundy
Unknown: Bill Hartley
Produced By: James Pestridge

: Third Programme


Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

: Closedown

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