Hints on some of the differences to expect when holidaying abroad and how to make the most of them.
With Jane Quy, Christopher Sandford, Jacinta Castillejo, Roberto Cardinali
Introduced by Peter Whelpton.
The Science Bosses
Are scientists bad businessmen? Many seem unable to make money out of their Ideas. Yet more and more. their ideas run industry. A Money Programme report on fortunes never made and those that may be made tomorrow by the new Science Bosses.
Introduced by Alex Glasgow.
Another chance to see
Two Private Lives: Natalie Clifford Barney and David Jones
Paris in the Twenties... the world of the literary salons
Natalie Clifford Barney remembers.
A hotel room in Harrow-on-the-Hill... workshop and home
David Jones, writer and painter, talks to Saunders Lewis.
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