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Introduced by PAMELA CREIGHTON
Guests of the Week: chosen from the New Year Honcurs List
A Motor Camp in Istanbul: JANET ALKER , on an expedition, was surprised at the people she met there
Learning a New Job: SUE ROSE investigates the modern way
Where There's Smoke ...:
STEVE RACE takes a friendly look at fire in poetry, prose and proverb Some People
HAROLD NICOLSON 'S book abridged by Eileen Ellenbogen
Read by MORAY WATSON
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