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Introduced by John Lade
Edward Lockspeiser in ' 'Building a Library ' compares the available recordings of Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe
Harold Rutland reviews some recent piano records


Introduced By: John Lade
Introduced By: Edward Lockspeiser
Unknown: Harold Rutland


Studio Contest
BLACK between the winners of ' Master v. Listeners' and ' Find the Continuation ' conducted by Leonard Barden
Part 2
Black to play
The Teams:
' Master v. Listeners': T. J. Beach , H. E. G. Courtney , A. Yates , C. Frost 'Find the Continuation': P. B. Dodson. F. Jaeck , R. R. Greenfield , J. E. Littlewood
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Master v. Listeners
Master (White): Chennek Kottnauer
Listeners (Black): Harry Golombek
The present position after White's
13th move


Unknown: T. J. Beach
Unknown: H. E. G. Courtney
Unknown: A. Yates
Unknown: C. Frost
Unknown: B. Dodson.
Unknown: F. Jaeck
Unknown: R. R. Greenfield
Unknown: J. E. Littlewood
Unknown: Harry Golombek


The Celts
A sequence of four programmes on the rise and westward spread of the Celtic people.
2-Arrival in Britain
Christopher Hawkes
Anthony Brewster
Ralegh Radford
Introduced by Brian Blake
Produced by John Irving


Unknown: Christopher Hawkes
Unknown: Anthony Brewster
Unknown: Ralegh Radford
Introduced By: Brian Blake
Produced By: John Irving

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news, and the London Stock Market closing report

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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