Rex Alston invites four past and present Olympic athletes:
Roland Harper Derek Johnson and Brian Shenton to ' Get to your marks' and talk about prospects and innovations for the coming season
For those who would like to begin speaking German
Script by S. J. W. Salamé
Jugendherberge Susan and David put up at a German youth hostel.
Production by W. R. H. Carling
W. R. H.
School Reports by Antonia Ridge
In the course of bringing up a boy and a girl Mrs. Ridge has taken part in many inquests on school work. She crystallises the fruits of her experience in one of her characteristically light-hearted talks.
Where We Live
The last of three Interviews
Betty Lowe, wife of a serving officer, asks Dr. LINCOLN RALPHS, Chief Education Officer for Lincoln, about safeguarding her children's education in the face of constant ' postings '
Compere, Colin Doran
Arranged by Eileen Molony and Janet Walters
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