Poultry Farming today
A discussion between A. W. LING, D. W. MENZIES and C. HEDDERWICK
The phenomenal increase in the poultry industry has brought in its train many problems including the disposal of the produce and the incidence of disease. A. W. Ling, Agricultural Editor for the West of England Region, has had many complaints that poultry has been neglected as a subject for talks. It is therefore to be hoped that all concerned with the industry will listen to this discussion and that they will send suggestions for similar broadcasts.
A descriptive commentary and interviews with Mine officials and workers
Relayed from Wyndham Colliery,
The programme devised by T. ROWLAND HUGHES
Tonight listeners will hear a Glamorgan Colliery at work. Visits will be paid to the winding engine, to the top of the shaft, to the fan-house, and to the screens. A microphone will also be placed high up on the overhead gear, and from that point of vantage a floodlit Colliery will be described.
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