' Father Time writes it down'
' St. Collen and the Fairies of Glastonbury Tor'
A Somerset legend adapted by DOROTHY HOWARD ROWLANDS
'Walks with my children'
A nature talk by HENRY WILLIAMSON
5.30 From Regional :
' The Magic Fishbone ' by Charles Dickens , arranged as a dialogue story
Chamber Music Concerts
Directed by RONALD HARDING from the National Museum of Wales
(Reardon Smith Lecture Theatre)
FRANK THOMAS (violin)
GWEN GRIFFITHS (violin)
NINA RocHARD (viola)
RONALD HARDING (violoncello)
MABEL DRAPER (pianoforte)
' The Farmer'
JOHN and WILFRED ELEY
Few occupations tend as generally as that of the farmer to be handed down from one generation to another. Tonight you will hear how this process appears to a Gloucestershire farmer and to the son who succeeds him, with some discussion of how conditions have changed and are changing in what remains, perhaps, the most typical West Country profession
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