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: The Younger Generation: This Changing World: Old Industries with New Ideas

A programme about current developments in science, industry, and commerce, and their relation to opportunities for careers
Many of our more traditional industries are moving with the times, with fresh techniques and new applications for their products. Don Durbridge, assisted by Barbara McCartan and Alan Harris, reports on the paper, glass, and rubber industries, with the help of on-the-spot recordings.
Devised and produced by Robert Gunnell


Assisted By: Barbara McCartan
Assisted By: Alan Harris
Produced By: Robert Gunnell


The Free Church Federal Council holds its Annual Assembly this week from Monday to Wednesday. This programme includes an interview with the incoming President, Dr. Ernest Payne , and also, it is hoped, some report on the meetings


Unknown: Dr. Ernest Payne


2—' That's the Way the Money Goes '
The second in this series of four programmes deals with the control of Public Expenditure.
Those taking part:
Sir Herbert Brittain K.C.B., K.B.E. formerly Second Secretary in the Treasury
Sir Godfrey Nicholson , Bt., M.P.
Sir George Benson , M.P. questioned by Roderick MacFarquhar and Kay Swanzy
Chairman, Andrew Shonfield


Unknown: Sir Godfrey Nicholson , Bt., M.P.
Unknown: Sir George Benson , M.P.
Unknown: Roderick MacFarquhar
Unknown: Kay Swanzy
Unknown: Andrew Shonfield

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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