Mr. LLOYD JAMES: At Work on an African Language (with Native Luganda Illustrations)
Listeners interested in phonetics know Mr. Lloyd James as the Secretary of the B.B.C.'s Advisory Committee on Pronunciation and the giver of an interesting series of talks to schools on the English language.
He is also Lecturer in Phonetics at the School of Oriental Studies, and in this evening's talk he will describe the interesting method of research into some of those African languages that can only be studied phonetically, since they have never been written down. An interesting feature of this broadcast will be the illustrations by a native Luganda speaker.