Introduced by John Webster
THE LESSER KNOWN: Maurice Lindsay on the poet John Davidson
SPECIAL NOTICE: Donald Boyd reviews The Godstone and the Blackymor by T. H. White
BOOK COLLECTOR EXTRAORDINARY: a talk by Graham Pollard on the centenary of the birth of Thomas Wise
LIBRARY LIST: Eric Gillett on some recent books
World Cycling Championships.
1959 in Belgium (women's), July 25-Aug. 2 and in Holland (men's), Aug. 8-16
A report from the English team
Introduced by Bill Mills cycling correspondent of the News Chronicle
Produced by Francis Dillon
A topical discussion led by Reg Harris
Produced by Michael Barton
Programme introduced by Bill Mills
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