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: THE SECOND NEWS

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: THE USE OF THE . LAND-11

' The Present and the Future '
Anthony Hurd and E. H. Littlecott
In the last talk in this series Anthony Hurd will review the statements of the previous speakers, and sum up the prospects for the future of agriculture. In addition an ordinary townsman, who has no particular association with farming, but who has listened to the series throughout, will talk about what he thinks, as a consumer, of the arguments that have been put forward.

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Hurd
Unknown: E. H. Littlecott
Unknown: Anthony Hurd

: THE LEADER OF THE BAND

Dancing to
Jack Harris and his Band on gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Harris

: 'TEMPLE TO REDCLIFFE'

No. 2 of the series ' Streets of Bristol'
Dr. White's Almshouses ; Temple Meads Parcel Department ; 26, Cathay ; Chatterton's Cottage ; ' The Ostrich ' ; The Redcliffe Caves, The Shot Tower; The Shipwright's Loft, Alfred Wharf ; St. Mary Redcliffe
Devised by Douglas Cleverdon
The programme produced by Patrick Beech
This broadcast will be far more ambitious than the first of the series, given on August 31, which dealt with King Street. Taxis will be used to take the commentators to the various points.

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Wharf
Unknown: Douglas Cleverdon
Produced By: Patrick Beech

: THE FOURTH NEWS

NEWS TALKS and SPORT








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