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Introduced by MARJORIE ANDERSON
Compiled by MRS. Ivy GALE of Woking
W.E.A.: as seen by PROFESSOR ASA BRIGGS t Half a Sixpence: MARTI WEBB talks to ALEX MACINTOSH t Schoolways and schooldays in other lands: ANTHONY LAWRENCE from the Far East: Ian Mc-DOUGALL from behind the Iron
Curtain: PETER FLINN from the Middle East
All about clocks: T. R. ROBINSON Reading Your Letters
New Towns: investigated by JOAN PYPER
LISEL BEAUMONT reads
When I Grow Rich by JOAN FLEMING
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Marti Webb is in 'Half a Sixpence ' at the Cambridge Theatre, London
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