A magazine for radio and recording enthusiasts
Introduced by John Kirby
Recording and Railways: with Peter Handford , who records railway sounds professionally, and R. D. Brown and John Kirby who are equally enthusiastic about railways and recording Teaching Tape: I. W. Jarman presents the first of .a series of lessons. The pupil, Angela Jeffries
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
Masters Consultation Match
Leonard Barden and Jonathan Penrose (White) v.
R. J. Broadbent and Harry Golombek
The latest moves:
(17) R-B3, Kt-Kt3; (18) Kt-B4, R-QBI; (19) KR-QBI, K-K2; (20) R-B7 ch., K-Q3; (21) R(B7)-B5, K-K2; (22) P-QR4, RxR; (23) PxR, R-QB1; (24) K-K2, Kt-Q2
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The 50,000 Dollar Gambit
Talk by Frank Rhoden
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Master v. Listeners
MASTER (White): Chennek Kottnauer
LISTENERS (Black): Harry Golombek
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