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From the North of England
The Dainty One: FRANCES BAVIN talks about her Chinese daughter-in-law Learning French the French
Way: ROSEMARY HORSTMANN reports on pioneering in primary schools in Leeds Point of View: ELLA WHEELER , a Boatman of the International Cruising Association, on foolhardy sailors
A Chance to Talk: A psychiatrist talks about a new service in Sheffield for expectant mothers A Good and Comely Life?: some comments on the qualities. values, and strengths of working-class life in the North
' The Heart of the Matter '
GRAHAM GREENE 'S book, abridged by Barbara Crowthcr Read by HUGH BURDEN Last instalment


Introduced By: Elizabeth Emerson
Talks: Frances Bavin
Unknown: Rosemary Horstmann
Unknown: Ella Wheeler
Unknown: Graham Greene
Abridged By: Barbara Crowthcr

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