Introduced by Robin Holmes
LIBRARYLIST: Honor Wyatt on some recent books
THE LESSER - KNOWN:Maurice Cranston on Denton Welch
SPECIAL NOTICE: Peter Forster reviews new paper-back editions of plays by Chekhov and by Moliere
QUOTATION: a reading from a new book
J. L. N. STOBBS , golf correspondent to The Observer, reviews the season
SIR HAROLD GILLIES in some reminiscences
Interviews by PATRIC DICKINSON
Produced by Francis Dillon
From Northern Ireland
How does the golfer get to the top, how does he prepare for a tough competitive season, how much time does he spend in practice-and how often is he away from home? These are some of the questions ALAN Reio asked two of Ireland's leading players, J. B. CARR (Walker Cup player and former British amateur champion) and NORMAN DREW (former Walker Cup player who recently qualified for the Ryder Cup)
Produced in Belfast by Bill Everingham
Programme introduced by Patric Dickinson
J. L. N.
A programme for those interested in brushing up their colloquial German
Script by Arthur Shepherd
6—' Wien, Wien, nur du allein
Joan and Michael Langdon are now in Vienna. They meet Herr Forster again.
Production by W. R. H. Carling
W. R. H.
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