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@ from St. Paul's Cathedral
Order of Service
Psalms vi, vii, viii
Lesson, Judges xiii
Magnificat (C. Wood in E flat)
Lesson, Hebrews x, 1-18
Nunc Dimittis (C. Wood in E flat)
I will not leave you comfortless,
I was come again to you, and your heart shall rejoice. Alleluia!
Hymn, Rejoice, the Lord is King (A. and M. 202)

Modern Grass Farming
Webster Cory and J. A. Scott-Watson
Tonight Professor Scott-Watson will be joined by Webster Cory , who farms a thousand acres at Notgrove, in the Cotswolds. The farm, originally arable, has been laid down to grass and carries a large dairy herd run on the outdoor ' bail' system, a flock of breeding sheep, and a large head of poultry in fold units. Mr. Cory will explain his whole system of livestock and grassland management.


Webster Cory
Webster Cory

Geraldo and his Concert Orchestra
(by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.) with Romance and Rhythm
Anne Ziegler Eve Becke
Monte Rey Cyril Grantham
Jack Melford The Top Hatters
The Geraldettes
Section of the BBC Male Chorus
Al Bollington at the BBC Theatre
Presented by John Burnaby


Anne Ziegler
Jack Melford
Al Bollington
Presented By:
John Burnaby

devised and presented by The Western Brothers
(Kenneth and George) with Archie Glen (Dunce)
Davy Burnaby (Headmaster)
Paddy Browne (Botany Mistress)
Fred Morris (Boots)
Cecil Johnson (Commentator)
Tom Kinniburgh (Scotch Master) and The Western Brothers
(Head Prefects)
Visiting Old Boy
Charlie Kunz
Collegiates, Charles Shadwell and the BBC Variety Orchestra
Cads Choir
Produced by Cad George Barker
No. 3, ' Derby Day'


Archie Glen
Paddy Browne
Fred Morris
Cecil Johnson
Tom Kinniburgh
Charlie Kunz
Charles Shadwell
George Barker

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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