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' Single Purpose Cattle '
For beef-W. A. Stewart
For milk-Clyde Higgs
In the chair-H. G. Robinson
H. G. Robinson , the chairman of-this discussion, is the Principal of the Midland Agricultural College, near Loughborough ; W. A. Stewart , who is the supporter of cattle for beef, is.manager of the Northamptonshire Institute of Agriculture farm at South Moulton ; and Clyde Higgs , who will argue on behalf of cattle for milk, owns a large attested herd of dairy cattle at Hatton Rock, near Stratford-upon-Avon. Listeners may recall a broadcast by Clyde Higgs on machine-milking.


Unknown: A. Stewart
Unknown: G. Robinson
Unknown: H. G. Robinson
Unknown: W. A. Stewart
Unknown: Clyde Higgs
Unknown: Clyde Higgs


including Weather Forecast


Arranged and presented by Robert Stemdale Bennett , with the BBC Midland Orchestra, conducted by Eric Warr
The following works will be used in illustration :
Robert Sterndale Bennett is the Director of Music at Uppingham School, and has held that positioit since 1908. He broadcast in 1937 in ' The Musician at the Gramophone ' series. His publications include a ' Music Lovers' Guide' to records.


Presented By: Robert Stemdale Bennett
Conducted By: Eric Warr
Unknown: Robert Sterndale Bennett


by The Midland Regional Director


(including Weather Forecast)


including Weather Forecast

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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