A magazine for radio and recording enthusiasts
Introduced by John Borwick
A special Easter edition about recording out of doors
Hugh Wallis talks about taking his mains recorder into the country
Eric Simms and Bob Wade (the professionals) and John Kirby (an amateur who has built his own recorder) exchange ideas about recording the birds and the beasts
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 last summer.
26-Venice and return
How to write letters; how to use the telephone; some past recordings replayed
Devised by Henry Bentinck and Dr. A. F. Magri
An illustrated pamphlet containing notes and vocabulary for this series can be obtained by sending a crossed postal order for Is. 6d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed]
A weekly programme for mothers and fathers
Children Who Are Blind
Three parents of blind children put questions to the headmaster, the headmistress, and the head boy of schools for the blind
Chairman, M. S. Colborne-Brown
Compere, Colin Doran
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