GENERAL science. Man and Metals, by Chris Hanson. 5—' Aluminium '
11.20 CURRENT AFFAIRS
11.40 FRFNCH FOR SIXTH FORMS. Lecture dramatique: 'Ruy Bias ,' de Victor Hugo. Programme enregistré dans les studios de la Radiodiffusion Française avec le concours de la Comédie-Française
LIVING IN THE COUNTRY. ' The Village Church.' Script by Honor Wyatt
2.25 GEOGRAPHYMonsoon Lands of the Far East. Philippines: a tropical archipelago with a variety of peoples
2.50 JUNIOR ENGLISH.The High Deeds of Finn ': serial play adapted by Leila Davies 2—' The Fight at Tara '
' The Man with Two Ears': a story by Freda Laughton , read by Graeme Roberts
Songs by St. Louis High School Choir, Kilkeel
5.30 ' For .Your Bookshelf': Monica Dickens reviews some recent children's books
5.50 Children's Hour prayers conducted by John G. Williams
Trial matches have been held recently to find the team to represent Great Britain at the European Championship in Paris in July. Terence Reese discusses some of the most interesting hands played in the trials with players who have been taking part
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