A young farmer and J. S. Garside
Another young farmer comes to the microphone to* speak of his theories and experiences in one particular branch of farming. J. S. Garside , Poultry Pathologist of the University of Bristol, will be with him to discuss points raised.
A Play by John Galsworthy
Adapted as a radio play, and produced by Cyril Wood
The Girt of the Town The Plain Clothes Man
The Fellow Convict The Shingled Lady The Old Gentleman
His Wife His Sister
The Man in Plus-Fours
The Farmer Miss Grace
Miss Dora The Parson
Scene: The action starts in Hyde
Park at night, after which, more than a year passes. It then continues on Dartmoor, and to various places on and around the Moor
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