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Introduced by John Borwick
Sound Sense: B. J. Webb concludes his observations about high-fidelity reproduction with some remarks about the effect of room acoustics
Sounds Without Sight: Ronald Hall , who is blind. presents some of the recordings he has made and explains his method of working
Time Off with Tape: a section for the amateur tape-recordist, conducted by Tony Gibson : I. W. Jarman concludes his short series of lessons in tape-cutting and splicing by dealing with some of the difficulties encountered in editing speech
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
A programme for listeners beginning to study the language, in which Dr. A. F. Magri and Henry Bentinck go over in the studio the recordings they made in Italy during the summer.
A visit to a shoe shop-how to translate ...ing
Devised by Henry Bentinck and Dr. A. F. Magri
Dr. A. F.
Dr. A. F.
An occasional series in which a group of doctors-today a general practitioner, a psychiatrist, a medical scientist, and an orthopaedic surgeon-discuss questions on children's physical and mental development and some of their ailments. Each contributes his own particular knowledge.
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