Third Day of Request Week
5.0 A play
The Castles of England, No. 15
' Ludlow Castle' by L. DU GARDE PEACH
(For cast, see Midland)
5.45 THE RADIO GAZETTE
A series of recorded pictures of the most interesting events of the past month
A famous beauty spot and stretch of good trout water makes Fingle Bridge very popular both with the tourist and the angler, while the steep gradients of the surrounding valleys seem irresistible to the more adventurous owners of cars and motor-cycles. This evening the West of England Motor Club are organising for the second time this year an American hill climb for motor-cycles. A commentary on the climbs made by the competitors in the heavier classes will be given by observers, including Harold Gordon.
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