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introduced by PAMELA CREIGHTON
Dorothy Parker in Prose and Verse: reviewed by KATHARINE WHITF. HORN. with extracts read by CONSTANCE CUMMINGS
Still Young at 100: NOEL BARBER talks about the people of the Hunza valley
† Memories of a Russian Childhood: MADAME KOUSSEVITZKY talks to ALAN HAYDOCK at Tanglewood, Mass.
Top to Toe: Hands-tell-tale or cared for? AILSA GARLAND, Editor of Woman's Journal, discusses their looks and treatment with a specialist
Points from the Postbag: discussed by JULIET BINGLEY and JOSEPH BRAYSHAW
The Go-Between by L. P. HARTLEY
† Eleventh of twelve instalments
Stephen Murray is in ' Hostile Witness 'at the Haymarket Theatre. London


Introduced By: Pamela Creighton
Introduced By: Dorothy Parker
Reviewed By: Katharine Whitf.
Read By: Constance Cummings
Talks: Madame Koussevitzky
Unknown: Alan Haydock
Unknown: Juliet Bingley
Unknown: Joseph Brayshaw
Unknown: Stephen Murray
Unknown: L. P. Hartley
Unknown: Stephen Murray

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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