Manchester v. Glasgow
Manchester CHESS CLUB (White)
J. Wolstenholme ,
C. G. Hilton GLASGOW GLASGOW CHESS CLUB (Black)
W. A. Fairhurst C. W. Marshall , P. B. Anderson
(24) Q-Q3, Kt-K4; (25) PxKt, PxP; (26) K-Kt2, PxKt; (27) R-Ktl, R-Ql; (28) R-Kt3, P-QR4; (29) P-QR4, Q-K4; (30) Q-Ktl, P-QB4; (31) Q-KI
The lull score, up to White's thirtieth move, was given in last week's Radio TIMES.
Master v. Listeners
Listeners (White): Leonard Barden
Master (Black): C. H. O'D. Alexander
The present position after Black's
Leonard Barden discusses the masters and some of their foibles at the chess board
C. G. Hilton
C. H. O'D.
The Norman Castle
Introduced by John Blunden with Christopher Houlder
Derek Renn andStuart Rigold
The Normans, during and after their conquest of Britain, built many castles of the motte and bailey type, and archaeology has much to contribute regarding their structure and occupation.
Produced by John Irving
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