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: Time Out of Doors ANGLING

Coarse Fishing
M. A. KAUSMAN , F.Z.S., chairman of the Great Ouse Fishery Association
N. MACKENZIE , fisheries officer of the Great Ouse River Board
F. W. COOKE , chairman of the Huntingdon Angling Society
J. SCOTT , of the Huntingdon Angling Society
O. R. ADAMS. chairman of the Houghton and Wyton Angling Society
A. S. ROUT , secretary of the Houghton and Wyton Angling Society
FRANK MURGETT : On maggot-breeding
Charles JOBSON : On fishing the tidal reaches of the Thames
Introduced by COLIN WILLOCK Angling correspondent of the Daily Herald
Edited and produced by Francis Dillon


Unknown: M. A. Kausman
Unknown: N. MacKenzie
Unknown: F. W. Cooke
Unknown: J. Scott
Unknown: R. Adams.
Unknown: A. S. Rout
Unknown: Frank Murgett
Unknown: Charles Jobson
Introduced By: Colin Willock
Produced By: Francis Dillon


by Eric Fitch Daglish
How many people keep a tortoise at the bottom of their garden? Eric Fitch Daglish, author of The Pet Keeper's Manual, talks about the care of these curious creatures.


Unknown: Eric Fitch Daglish
Unknown: Eric Fitch


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


Unknown: Henri Appia
Unknown: Pierre Emmanuel

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