Alan Wheatley and L. W. K.
Berridge tell you about their collections and play you some of their most interesting records
Colin Shreve describes the oddest record collector he has ever met
Introduced by John Lade
Final of the inter-city knock-out bidding competition
Bristol v. Glasgow Mrs. G. Griffiths J. W. Gerber
J. C. Oxland D. Landa
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin
This is one of the hands to be bid. The programme is recorded, and the players had no advance knowledge of the cards at the time of bidding
West is the dealer at game-all
A monthly magazine
WHO SHALL CENSOR THE CENSOR ?: John Trevelyan , a representative of the British Board of Film Censors, replies to the criticisms by J. Lee -Thompson broadcast last month
ELIA KAZAN: an interview with Lewis Marcus broadcast last month by Radio Eireann
EXPERIMENTAL Films: Karel Reisi reports on the festival of experimental films at Brussels
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