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: THE UNVEILING OF THE AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

at Villers-Bretonneux by HIS MAJESTY
KING GEORGE VI in the presence of The President of the French Republic broadcast from Villers-Bretonneux

: STROKE BY STROKE"

The Elements of Golf, Tennis, and Swimming elicited by Michael Holloway from
Charles Pixton
William Mcllwraith and J. McArthur Milne in six weekly lessons
No. 5
Golf: 'Putting'
Tennis: Tactics '
Swimming: Diving '

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Holloway
Unknown: Charles Pixton
Unknown: William McLlwraith
Unknown: J. McArthur Milne

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: 'TRAINING FOR THE LAND'

R. H. Smith , with some of the staff and students of the Farm Institute,
Sparsholt
In this series of broadcasts from agricultural research centres listeners will hear this evening a description of the life and work that goes on at the Sparsholt Farm Institute. As well as the Principal of the Institute, R. H. Smith , the speakers will include L. G. Troup , Agricultural Organiser for Hampshire, and A. W. Ling.

Contributors

Unknown: R. H. Smith
Unknown: R. H. Smith
Unknown: L. G. Troup

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS








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