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Introduced by John Kirby
Preserving and Storing Sound Recordings: by Donald Aldous
Words and Sounds: H. A. L. Craig and Tristram Cary talk about their collaboration on the Third Programme feature ' The Children of Lir '
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
H. A. L.
Austrian speakers discuss listeners' questions about Austria
The chairman summarises the speakers' answers in English
Chairman: Eric Pohlmann
Count L. de Hoyos
Dr. Fritz Kessler
Marilene von Meiss-Teuffen
Production by W. R. H. Carling
W. R. H.
A careers programme for those taking G.C.E.
3-Time for Questions
This edition deals with some of the basic questions that will arise during the course of the series. How can you choose the right career? Is it better to take a full-time or a part-time training? Is it important for girls to have a career?
Introduced by Clive Baxter Arranged by Robert Gunnell
Ourselves as One-Time
Juvenile Delinquents by Antonia Ridge
How Fat is Laid Down in Children
Underfed children are now rare--in this country-but many children are too fat. Today a physiologist continues to explain how a small child arrives at being suitably fat.
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