Magu Gwartheg ac Arddangosfa Smith field
Sonnirheno am rai o'rarbrofion diweddaraf mewn bwydo gwartheg, y moddion i'w rnarchnata ac am nodweddion y gwahanol ' hilion
(For Welsh Farmers-a talk on Cattle
Rearing and the Smithfield Show)
A Tour of the Fat Stock Show at
Conducted by A. W. LING and recorded by the BBC Mobile Recording Unit
The Newton Abbot Fat Stock Show is one of the most important events in the West Country just before Christmas. Exhibits are not confined to cattle, but include every sort of agricultural produce. To many people who have attended one of these shows one of the minor mysteries has probably been the grounds upon which the judges award the cards. By recording A. W. Ling 's interviews with judges, farmers and show officials we hope to throw some light upon this sort of problem, in addition to presenting a general sound picture of a typical Devon Fat Stock Show.
A Dramatic Feature by IFAN KYRLE FLETCHER
William de Laci
Robert de Braci
Walter Savage Landor
Robert Landor Father Ignatius
Welsh men and women
Produced by T. ROWLAND HUGHES
The intense, almost hostile, loneliness of Llanthony has in all ages attracted men in flight from the world, but it has always defeated them. St. David's foundation of a chapel, the establishment of the great Priory, the flight of the monks to Gloucester, the visits of Giraldus and Michael Drayton , the turbulent episode of Landor, Father Ignatius's hope to restore the Priory-all these have passed like shadows across the lonely peace of Llanthony.
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