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by Ronald Hingley, Ph.D.
The author speaks about the series of forty programmes he has written, giving words of advice and encouragement to listeners before the first programme, which is to be broadcast ia Network Three on Monday, Nov. 2 at 7.10 p.m.


Unknown: Ronald Hingley, Ph.D.


4-Industrial Chemistry
At Fawley in Hampshire there is a group of chemical plants that draw their raw material from a large petroleum refinery. Three experts from the area come together in the Southampton studio to talk about their jobs. They describe the attractions and opportunities that exist there-typical of those elsewhere in Britain's thriving chemical industry.
Introduced by Clive Baxter
Arranged by Robert Gunnell


Introduced By: Clive Baxter
Arranged By: Robert Gunnell


Lay Thoughts on the Religious Instruction of Children by Antonia Ridge
Fat Children
A doctor who started an obesity clinic continues this subject. Is it a healthy state, she asks? And is it a happy state?


Unknown: Antonia Ridge

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