' How's That ? '
MAURICE FOSTER will tell you what is happening in the world of sport
Maurice Foster is Captain of Walsall Cricket Club and has played for Worcestershire. He is one of the famous family of cricketing brothers. He has broadcast several times on sport, and his present series is to be fortnightly during the summer.
' The Little Maid of Redbraes ', a Scottish Play by DINAH HELSTON
Highland Songs by GERALD MARTIN
by JOAN CORBET
Edgehill, in South Warwickshire, was the scene of the famous battle in the Civil War. A tower stands on the spot from which Charles I watched the fight. The long ridge commands an extensive prospect of Midland country ; the view was described in a well-known passage in Drayton's ' Polyolbion '. Sunrising is the name of that part of the hill which is ascended by the Stratford-Banbury road.
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