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3—' Cornish Pilchards'
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries every port and cove in Cornwall had its pilchard-curing business. Today the industry is carried on only at a few of the larger fishing ports. In this broadcast listeners will hear from those who are engaged in the industry something of the traditional methods of curing and pickling pilchards, and of the new process of canning the fish.

Regional Variations (5)

WIGSTON'S TEMPERANCE BAND

Regional Programme Midland

Howard Marshall Looks at Television: Television and the Theatre

Regional Programme London

The Philip Whiteway Ensemble

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

MUSIC IN CARLISLE CATHEDRAL

Regional Programme Northern

Eileen Vaughan soprano
Jack Train character comedy
Arnie Kitson xylophone and marimba and Robert Keys and a piano

Contributors

Soprano:
Eileen Vaughan
Soprano:
Jack Train
Unknown:
Arnie Kitson
Unknown:
Robert Keys

Regional Variations (7)

' THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme Wales

THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme Scotland

THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme Midland

THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme Northern

THE FOURTH NEWS

Regional Programme London

(including Weather Forecast)
NEWS TALKS and SPORT

Regional Variations (7)

ROLAND POWELL AND HIS RHYTHM ACES

Regional Programme Wales

Regional Programme

Regional Programme Midland

' WHERE TWO OR THREE ARE GATHERED TOGETHER'

Regional Programme Scotland

ROLAND POWELL AND HIS RHYTHM ACES

Regional Programme Northern Ireland

ROLAND POWELL AND HIS RHYTHM ACES

Regional Programme London

ROLAND POWELL AND HIS RHYTHM ACES

Regional Programme Northern

Regional Programme Western

About Regional Programme

Regional 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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