An eye-witness account by F. N. S. CREEK of the match played this afternoon
Bristol Rovers v. Watford
2-Pheasant and Partridge Shooting
An account by Sir CHARLES MILES of the past season
An eye-witness account by HUGH BOUCHER of the Match played this afternoon between
Bristol and Cambridge University
Arweinydd, Charles Owen
R. Meirion Morris
(bass-baritone) o Nant Padam , Capel yr Annibynwyr,
(Llanberis Choir, Conductor, Charles Owen , R. Meirion Morris (bass-baritone), from Nant Padarn Congrega tional Chapel, Llanberis)
A dramatic feature by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher 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 undisturbed quietness and the lonely peace of Llanthony.
A treasure-house, a mine of peaceful years
A programme about Montacute in Somerset
Devised by Norah Richardson
Produced by Cyril Wood
The microphone will visit the Montacute of today and the Montacute of other days, encountering on the way John Leland , Henry VIII 's official antiquary, searching in Montacute for ' Secrets of England's antiquities ' ; The Legend of the Holy Hill; A glover ; Tom Coryate , who walked from Venice to Montacute; Montacute House and its owners ; Gunpowder Plot ; John Scott-the Montacute ghost ; Isaac Rogers ' ; and many other people and things
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