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: Chess

Consultation Match: Manchester v. Glasgow
Manchester Chess Club
J. Wolstenholme, Dr. B. H. Neumann, C. G. Hilton
Glasgow Chess Club
W. A. Fairhurst, P. B. Anderson, C. W. Marshall

The Hastings Tournament
A report.

Master v. Listeners
C.H.O'D. Alexander comments on the course of the game and Leonard Barden discusses the listeners' move.

Find the Continuation
A competition series for listeners.
Position No. 11 set by Gerald Abrahams.
White to play
[Chess diagram printed in magazine]

Contributors

Chess player (Manchester Chess Club): J. Wolstenholme
Chess player (Manchester Chess Club): Dr. B. H. Neumann
Chess player (Manchester Chess Club): C. G. Hilton
Chess player (Glasgow Chess Club): W. A. Fairhurst
Chess player (Glasgow Chess Club): P. B. Anderson
Chess player (Glasgow Chess Club): C. W. Marshall
Speaker (Master v. Listeners): C. H. O'D. Alexander
Speaker (Master v. Listeners): Leonard Barden
Setter (Find the Continuation): Gerald Abrahams

: Talking of Films: Birthday Party

A monthly magazine.
Conducted by Ernest Lindgren.
The little Everyman Cinema in Hampstead is a pioneer among repertory cinemas. On Boxing Day it celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary.
Ernest Lindgren discusses the history and policy of the Everyman with its founder and managing director Jim Fairfax-Jones and presents comments on its achievement from Sir Hugh Casson, R.D.I., F.R.I.B.A., Sir Julian Huxley, F.R.S., J.R.C. Gilbin, Dilys Powell, Tom Robinson, Paul Rotha, and David Sylvester.
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Presenter: Ernest Lindgren
Guest: Jim Fairfax-Jones
Speaker: Sir Hugh Casson
Speaker: Sir Julian Huxley
Speaker: J.R.C. Gilbin
Speaker: Dilys Powell
Speaker: Tom Robinson
Speaker: Paul Rotha
Speaker: David Sylvester

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