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: A RECITAL

Patricia Mackenzie (violin)
Diana Mackenzie (pianoforte)
Patricia Mackenzie , aged eighteen, has won many cups and medals at all the large musical festivals in the South and West of England during the last three years. At Bournemouth this year, for instance, she won three gold medals in three classes. Her twin sister Diana, who will accompany her this evening, also has many awards to her credit, and the two of them are now owners of more than 250 cups and medals.

Contributors

Violin: Patricia MacKenzie
Pianoforte: Diana MacKenzie
Unknown: Patricia MacKenzie

: A.R.P. IN THE WEST

' Plymouth '
G. S. Lowe.
Chief Constable and Air Raid Precautions Officer for the City of Plymouth

Contributors

Unknown: G. S. Lowe.

: ' FOR WESTERN FARMERS IN PARTICULAR'

' The Agricultural Worker '
A. W. Ling and a worker on the land
The conditions of work of the agricultural worker must always remain one of the most vital of all agricultural problems. Tonight A. W. Ling is going to discuss with a worker on the land these conditions as they affect the farmer, the industry, and the worker himself.

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: WESTERN NOTEBOOK

Short talks on matters of current interest in the West

: 'UP TO LONDON'

Geoffrey Grigson
Geoffrey Grigson was born at Pelynt, near Looe. He used to edit the book pages of the Morning Post, and he now edits Netc Verse , as well as writing poetry and reviewing books in a good many periodicals. Listeners may remember his broadcast last summer entitled Cornish Village Revisited '.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Grigson
Unknown: Geoffrey Grigson
Unknown: Netc Verse

: ' SWEET RHYTHM '

A programme of sweet tunes played by Jean Salder and his Serenaders from the Palace Hotel, Torquay

Contributors

Played By: Jean Salder

: THE FOURTH NEWS

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT








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