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by Philip Dore
From St. Bartholomew's Church,
Armley, Leeds


Unknown: Philip Dore

: 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]


Script By: C. A. H. Lanzer
Production By: W. R. H. Carling
Herr Müller: Rolf Richards
Mann: Rolf Richards
Richard: Andrew Sachs
Junger Mann: Andrew Sachs
Frau: Sabina Michael


Introduced by John Lade
' Building a Library ' Retrospect
Dvorak's ' New World ' Symphony, Mascagni's Cavalleria Rusticana, and Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade reconsidered bv
Stephen Dodgson. Cedric Wallis and Arthur Jacobs


Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Stephen Dodgson.
Unknown: Cedric Wallis
Unknown: Arthur Jacobs


A weekly programme about work in the world of science
An Antibiotic Policy by Mary Barber , M.D.
Reader in Clinical Bacteriology.
Postgraduate Medical School, London
Elimination of pests is not the straightforward task that it once seemed to be: some insects resist D.D.T., and some bacteria remain unaffected by penicillin and other antibiotics. The proportion of resistant strains of bacteria in hospitals all over the world has been rising recently. To combat this, doctors are adopting a more cautious attitude to antibiotics. Dr. Barber describes a recent experiment that has had encouraging results.


Unknown: Mary Barber

: Third Programme

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Today's overseas commodity and financial news. and the London Stock Market closing report

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