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: MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR FARM'

W. B. Mercer
E. Marsh
Mr. Marsh is a large dairy farmer and potato grower and in this talk Mr. Mercer will discuss with him how he makes use of his land.

Contributors

Unknown: B. Mercer
Unknown: E. Marsh

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: Northern Music-Hall VARIETY

from
THE THEATRE RQYAL,
STOCKPORT

: THE MANCHESTER WOMEN'S STRING ORCHESTRA

Leader, Phyllis Russell
Conductor, Clarice Dunington
Lucy Pierce (pianoforte)

Contributors

Leader: Phyllis Russell
Conductor: Clarice Dunington
Pianoforte: Lucy Pierce

: 'WHY DO YOU BELIEVE THAT ? '

Questions and Answers on today's moralities
Put by W. J. H. Sprott
Answered by H. B. Bull
This is the second of a series of conversations in which W. J. H. Sprott will talk to men of strong convictions usually unorthodox. Mr. Sprott is lecturer in philosophy at the University College of Nottingham. The subject of tonight's talk is Charity.

Contributors

Unknown: W. J. H. Sprott
Unknown: H. B. Bull
Unknown: J. H. Sprott

: 'LOST PROPERTY'

A Domestic Dialogue written by Frank Tilsley

Contributors

Written By: Frank Tilsley

: FLIPPANT FINGERS

George E. Mottram

Contributors

Unknown: George E. Mottram

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: JOHNNY ROSEN AND HIS BAND

with TAYLOR FRAME
TERRY LEIGH

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Leigh

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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