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French Talk
I. Le Chômage'
The present course, designed for pupils from their second year onwards, is again to be given under the general supervision of M. Emile M. Stephari , senior lecturer in French at University College, London, who is also undertaking most of the broadcasting. In alternate weeks he has the assistance of Mile. E. R. Monteil.
In order to accustom listeners to a variety of voices M. Stephan from time to time calls on various collaborators. This term two such broadcasts will be given by M. Vigne and M. Salaun respectively. The lessons are conducted entirely in French, so that pupils may learn to rely wholly upon their ears -which is exactly what they will have to do if they ever go abroad. French boys and girls will occasionally take part in the lessons in the studio.


Unknown: Emile M. Stephari
Unknown: E. R. Monteil.
Unknown: M. Stephan
Unknown: M. Vigne
Unknown: M. Salaun

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