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by Svend Aage Spange
From St. Mark's Church.
North Audley Street, London


Unknown: Svend Aage Spange

: A Listen and Learn Series IMPROVE YOUR GERMAN

A series for those who have begun to learn the language and would like to increase their colloquial knowledge of it.
Script by C. A. H. Lanzer
Production by W. R. H. Carling
A sixteen-page pamphlet intended for use with this series can be ordered, price Is. 3d., through newsagents and booksellers or direct by sending a crossed postal order for Is. 3d. (not stamps, please) to [address removed]


Production By: W. R. H. Carling
Herr Müller: Rolf Richards
Herr Schmidt: Rolf Richards
Richard: Andrew Sachs
Hans: Andrew Sachs
Frau Schmidt: Sabina Michael


Introduced by John Lade
Edward Lockspeiser in ' Building a Library' compares the available recordings of Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4
Philip Cannon reviews some recent choral records


Introduced By: John Lade
Introduced By: Edward Lockspeiser


A weekly programme about work in the world of science
New Light on Photosynthesis by H. E. Street , D.sc.
Professor of Botany,
University College of Swansea
Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air and reduce it to form sugars; simultaneously they release oxygen back into the atmosphere. The process depends on light and is centred on the green substance chlorophyll. Only recently, by the use of radioactive isotopes as ' tracers,' have the detailed steps been uncovered. From the latest work it appears that the capacity to transform the light energy absorbed by chlorophyll into the energy of phosphate bonds (' photosynthetic phosphorylation') is its unique feature.


Unknown: H. E. Street

: Third Programme

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