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: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'FOR WESTERN GARDENERS'

' Hardy Popular Flowers '
D. Harris and T. Hopkins
The discussion will deal with the best kind of flowers for both the ordinary garden and for more formal lay-out

Contributors

Unknown: D. Harris
Unknown: T. Hopkins

: ' WESTWARD HO !'

Number Seven of a Radio Magazine
From Solent to Severn and West to
Land's End
' West Country Visitors' Book'
Short Sales Talk
' Flash Harry ' Cohen of London, E.I
' Songs to Remember'
Memories of the Theatre Royal
Irene Rose of Bristol
' Bringing your own Music', No. 6
Kenneth Ellis of Swindon
' Pets Corner'
No. 3—Weasels
C. A. L. Hatherell of Clifton
' Common Faults and their
Remedies'
No. 1—Wireless
A. G. P. Mower of Exeter
? Surprise Item ?
Compere, Michael Holloway

Contributors

Unknown: Irene Rose
Unknown: Kenneth Ellis
Unknown: Michael Holloway

: A FOLK SONG ALMANACK

‘ April ’
H. E. Piggott
The fourth talk on West Country
Folk Songs
The illustrations will be sung by Doreen Greenwood and Frederick Harvey
' April is the next month,
When early in the morn I saw the cheery farmer A-sowing of his corn.
The gallant teams come after A-smoothing of the land
I hope all things may prosper Whate'er he takes in hand.'

Contributors

Unknown: H. E. Piggott
Sung By: Doreen Greenwood
Sung By: Frederick Harvey

: THE BBC WEST OF ENGLAND SINGERS

Conductor, Joseph Jenkins

Contributors

Conductor: Joseph Jenkins

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT. TOPICAL TALKS








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