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: THE DOG

A series of seven programmes about dogs from the development of the earliest canidae to current medical research.
2-What Makes a Dog?
Nature took millions of years to develop the first wolves. Man has taken only a few centuries to change the body of the wild dog out of all recognition. Is there some price we have to pay for our achievement?
Speaker:
Dr. R. A. Green. M.R.C.V.S.
Department of Veterinary Anatomy,
University of Cambridge

Contributors

Unknown: Dr. R. A. Green.

: ORGAN RECITAL

Margaret Cobb (organ)
George Pizzey (baritone)
From St. Lawrence Jewry, London

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Cobb
Baritone: George Pizzey

: A Listen and Learn Series STARTING SPANISH

17-En tren
George suggests some more phrases and rules Basil and Dorothy are likely to need when travelling by rail, and Miguel tries to convey the flavour of all they will see and hear on the tren correo.
Script by Jack Sage
Produced by R. A. Escoffey

Contributors

Script By: Jack Sage
Produced By: R. A. Escoffey

: Third Programme

: MARKET TRENDS

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