'Mr. Dock's Garden'
The Horticultural Show-a story by Barbara Todd , read by FRANK NICHOLS
HARRY ISHERWOOD (banjo)
THE SUNSHINE SISTERS
' The Little Dragon and the Chinese Lilies ' a story by CONSTANCE SAVERY
' Impressions of the Dairy Show '
W. B. THOMPSON and W. B. MERCER
The Dairy Show, which is surely the premier show of its kind in Britain and certainly the best known, was held this year from October 22 to October 25, at its usual venue, the Agricultural Hall, Islington. Year after year, farmers and dairymen flock to Islington from all parts of the country just as crowds troop to Wembley for the Cup Final.
For the benefit of Northern farmers who were unable to get up to London this year, impressions of the famous show are to be given tonight by W. B. Thompson , a farmer, and W. B. Mercer , Principal of the Cheshire School of Agriculture who, as listeners know, has given many an agricultural talk in Northern programmes.
Relayed from Leeds Parish Church
Organist and Master of the Choristers,
ALBERT C. TYSOE
The Jubilate from Wesley's Service in E
Cast me not away
Let us lift up our Heart
Wash me throughly from my wickedness Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace Introduction and Fugue for Organ
Precentor, The Rev. C. B. SAMPSON
Rev. C. B.
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