' The Cultivation of Outdoor
N. J. Macpherson
In this evening's gardening talk N. J. Macpherson deals with all the things grown out-of-doors that go to make a salad. Among these are lettuces, radishes, and spring onions, and if listeners want to provide these themselves from their own growing, they would be well advised to hear Mr. Macpherson and prepare their ground now.
under the direction of Ernest Binns from the Grand Theatre, Doncaster with Evie Carcroft , Madge Collin , David Morris , Wallace Newcombe ,
Don Gemmell , Winnie Seaman , Brogden Millard , Robby Vincent , Lan Clifford , The White Aces with Bert Scrare ,
The Varsity Three, and Harry Korris
NAT D. AYER
A life story in words and music by Howard Thomas with George Robey
(By permission of the New Prince of Wales
Nat Ayer , Jnr. and Nat D. Ayer
A section of the BBC Revue Chorus and The BBC Variety Orchestra
Conducted by Mark H. Lubbock
Produced by Roy Speer
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