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: Time Out of Doors RIDING AND GOLF

6.30 Riding
Kenneth Quicke : Continuing the series on horsemanship-Bitting
BILL O'NEILL: Kentucky Blue Grass MRS. PHYLLIS HINTON , editor of Riding: Around the Shows
SAM MARSH: Showing your Horse
Introduced by Patricia Lehane
6.45 Golf
A visit to St. Andrews recorded during this year's
Amateur Championship
The speakers include'
JOE CARR , the new champion
Reid JACK , the defending champion
SAM MACKINLAY , British Walker Cup player
James B. McHALE , JNR., American Walker Cup player
Gerald MICKLEM , British Walker Cup captain
Introduced by Alex Allen
Produced by Robin Richardson
Edited by Francis Dillon

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Quicke
Unknown: Mrs. Phyllis Hinton
Introduced By: Patricia Lehane
Unknown: Joe Carr
Unknown: Reid Jack
Unknown: Sam MacKinlay
Unknown: James B. McHale
Unknown: Gerald Micklem
Introduced By: Alex Allen
Produced By: Robin Richardson
Edited By: Francis Dillon

: CHOOSING A PUPPY

A dog is above all a companion, and choosing one is an art. STANLEY DANGERFIELD , a member of the Kennel Club and chief steward of Cruft's Show, suggests how to go about it.

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Dangerfield

: PHOTOGRAPHY AND CINEMATOGRAPHY

A Question of Colour
Three experts discuss the use and application of colour in still photography
Speakers:
LEONARD C. DOWNING, sales manager of one of the largest camera manufacturers in the country; George ASHTON , A.R.P.S., writer on the techniques of colour photography; and FRANK NEWENS. an experienced colour photographer

Contributors

Unknown: George Ashton
Unknown: Frank Newens.

: THE FRENCH ON THE FRENCH

For people with an interest in French life and language
French speakers talking in their own language answer listeners' questions about France and the French point of view. Difficult words, phrases, and idioms are translated, and the speakers' answers summarised in English.
Translator: Henri Appia who teaches English at the Lycee Henri IV and the Ecole Normale
Superieure de St. Cloud
Chairman: Pierre Emmanuel journalist who introduces the speakers

Contributors

Unknown: Henri Appia
Unknown: Pierre Emmanuel








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