Introduced by John Lade
Denis Stevens in ' Building a Library' compares available recordings of Bach's Violin Concerto in A minor
Deryck Cooke reviews a new collection of records of modern German music
A sequence of four programmes on the rise and westward spread of the Celtic people from 500 B.C. onwards.
Terence Powell , Adolf Rieth
Introduced by Brian Blake
Produced by John Irving
Harry Golombek , C. H. O'D. Alexander, Jonathan Penrose, and Peter Clarke discuss the game they have iust played
The moves were:
(1) P-K4, P-QB4; (2) Kt-KB3, P-K3; (3) P-Q4, PxP; (4) KtxP, P-QR3; (5) B-Q3, Kt-KB3; (6) Castles, P-Q3; (7) Kt-KB3, B-K2; (8) P-QKt3, Kt-B3; (9) Kt(Q4)-K2, Castles; (10) B-Kt2, P-QKt4; (11) Kt-Kt3, B-Kt2; (12) P-B4, P-KtS; (13) Kt-Ktl, Q-B2; (14) Kt-Q2, P-Q4; (15) P-K5, Kt-Q2; (16) Q-RS, P-Kt3; (17) Q-R6, P-B4; (18) PxPe.p., KtxP; (19) QR-KI, B-B4ch; (20) K-RI, B-QS; (21) BxB, KtxB; (22) Q-KtS, QR-K1; (23) P-B5, PxP; (24) RxR, KtxR; (2S) KtxP, KtxKt; (26) BxKt, Q-K4; (27) P-Kt4, P-Q5ch; (28) K-Ktl, Kt-Kt2; (29) Kt-B4, Q-Q4; (30) resigns
Find the Continuation
A class of schoolboys works out the answer to Position No. 23, published in Radio TIMES last week
No. 24 set by R. G. Wade
White to play
Points of Technique
Abrahams discusses this position
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