'West Australian authorship Will be represented by Alexander Turner's Conglomerate, a dramatic descriptive story of life on the hard, hot, dusty West Australian goldfield. The commonplace and the picturesque are merged In an arresting pattern. Turner writes of what he knows. 'Gold, beer, heat, wool,machinery, corrugated iron, stones, mail trucks - there's your background tor Murchison' (Leslie Rees, 'We Shall Have Drama : Introducing Radio Drama Week,' p.6).
First aired (nationally) on the ABC as part of 'Radio Drama Week', Friday 13 May 1938 (the penultimate play for the series, which ran 8-14 May 1938).