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Mr. G. BOUMPHREY : ' The Tool Box'
THERE is always something to do 'about the house.' The question is how to find the quickest, cheapest, cleanest and best-tempered way of doing it and to decide who holds the ladder. Two practical people, Mr Boumphrey leading, Miss Florence Simpson in close attendance, are going to spend Saturday mornings this autumn explaining.

Contributors

Host:
Mr. G. Boumphrey
Host:
Miss Florence Simpson

Regional Variations (2)

EARLY on in the season, Mr. Howard Marshall reviews the position and prospects of the leading Rugby Union Clubs, as well as the International position. Later, it is hoped several well-known Rugger players will broadcast on current aspects of the game; names will be announced later in The Radio Times.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. Howard Marshall

Regional Variations (2)

Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

Mr. R. A. WATSON WATT and Mr. 0.F. BROWN : What's that Crackle ? '
A WIRELESS ignoramus will ask all the simple questions he's wanted to ask for so long and never dared to, and a wireless expert will explain, carefully,"slowly, and in non-technical language. Real listeners' lure.

Contributors

Unknown:
Mr. R. A. Watson
Unknown:
Mr. 0.F. Brown

Regional Variations (2)

Daventry National Programme

National Programme London

MR. EDE offers a conducted tour of the music of the East, with extracts from records from Java, Bali, Siam, Tunis and Persia. It is music that is different, with its own patterns and tone-values, inspired by ancient customs and local scenes, but it gives Western ears something strange, startling and rather intriguing from the other side of the world.

National Programme Daventry

About National Programme

National Programme is a radio channel that started transmitting on the 9th March 1930 and ended on the 9th September 1939. It was replaced by BBC Home Service.

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