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: CHESS

New Trends in the Openings You will need your chess board for this talk by Leonard Barden
Points of Technique
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3-The
Opposition:
Gerald
Abrahams discusses this position
Find the Continuation
A class of schoolboy enthusiasts works out the solution to Position No. 19. published a fortnight ago
BLACK
Position
No. 20 presented by R. G. Wade
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Contributors

Talk By: Leonard Barden
Presented By: R. G. Wade

: TALKING OF THEATRE

The Theatre in Hungary Today
Impressions gained by Andre Van Gyseghem during a recent visit
On Acting Lady Macbeth and Mrs. Alving
Beatrix Lehmann and Flora Robson
An exchange of views by these two actresses on their approach to their roles in Macbeth and Ibsen's Ghosts.
This discussion, with Richard Find-later in the chair, originally broadcast on March 10 in a shortened version, is now given in full.

Contributors

Unknown: Andre van Gyseghem
Unknown: Mrs. Alving
Unknown: Beatrix Lehmann
Unknown: Flora Robson

: Third Programme

: MARKET TRENDS

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