' The Feeding of Dairy Cows
W. T. Price and H. Green
The Agricultural Organiser for Wiltshire will discuss problems and practice with a young farmer from Dorset, who is particularly interested in the subject.
The tunes will be played and sung by Harry Evans
The composers, who will be present . in the studio on this occasion are
Muriel Watson and Jack Denby
Harry Evans is well known to listeners through his broadcasts from Torquay, where his band has been in residence for several years at the Grand Hotel. He has broadcast late-night dance music and taken part in cabaret from the hotel many times.
In addition, he .has . originated several Variety features, such as ' Just the Rhythm', in which the bass drummer and guitarist of his orchestra contribute solos and combine in an ensemble with Harry Evans at the piano.
He is also heard in his own solo act singing songs at the piano, and he collaborates with Billy Pound , his violinist, in crazy fiddle and piano solos.
Wales v. Rest of Great Britain
(Champion of Great Britain) v.
Jim Smith (Champion of Ireland)
(Champion of the British Empire) v.
(Champion of the London Division)
A commentary by Captain Francis Dakyns and James Brady from the Colston Hall , Bristol
James Brady , who partners Captain Dakyns in the commentary, is on the editorial staff of the Western Daily Press and Bristol Mirror. He has played parts in radio plays and feature programmes, given a series of talks on Bristol prizefighters, broadcast some of his own short stories, and given maoy commentaries on boxing matches.
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