Manchester v. Glasgow
Manchester Chess CLUB (White)
Dr. B. H. Neumann ,
C. G. Hilton Glasgow Chess CLUB (Black)
W. A. Fairhurst C. W. Marshall , P. B. Anderson
The moves till now:
(1) P-K4, P-K4, (2) Kt-KB3, Kt-QB3; (3) B-Kt5, Kt-B3: (4) Castles, P-Q3; (5)< P-Q4, B-Q2: (6) Kt-B3, B-K2; (7) R-Kl, PxP; (8) KtxP, Castles; (9) B-BI, R-Kl; (10) P-QKt3, B-KB1; (11) B-Kt2, P-KKt3; (12) P-B3, B-Kt2; (13) QKt-K2, KtxKt; (14) BxKt, P-QKt4; (15) P-QB4, PxP; (16) PxP, P-QB3; (17) P-Kt4, Q-R4; (18) P-KR3, QR-Ktl; (t9) R-Ktl, RxR; (20) QxR, B-K3: (21) R-BI, Kt-Q2; (22) P-B4
Is Chess Worth Playing?
A talk by R. J. Broadbent
Master v. Listeners
The present position after Black's
Listeners (White): Leonard Barden
Master (Black): C. H. O'D Alexander .
Dr. B. H.
C. G. Hilton
C. H. O'D
The Normans in the South-West
Introduced by John Blunden with Ralegh Radford
Valerie Ledger and W. G. Hoskins
Archaeological methods are becoming increasingly important in the study of medieval subjects. In conjunction with the series of broadcasts on Norman England, this programme discusses the south-westward spread of the Norman church following the Conquest.
Produced by John Irving
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