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by Alan Harverson
From St. Peter's Italian Church
Hatton Garden, London


Unknown: Alan Harverson

: 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.
Programme 21
Script by S. J. W. Salamé
Production by Arthur Langford


Production By: Arthur Langford


Introduced by John Lade
Charles Cudworth in ' 'Building a Library ' compares the available recordings of Handel's Water Music Stephen Dodgson reviews some recent records of chamber music


Introduced By: John Lade
Introduced By: Charles Cudworth
Music: Stephen Dodgson


Research on Chimeras by Donald Michie D.Phil. , of the Department of Surgical Science in the University of Edinburgh
The chimera was a fabulous monster-part lion, part goat, part serpent. Scientists haven't created anything quite so bizarre, but the surgical use of ' spare parts ' taken from another individual is a move in that direction. Dr. Michie explains how chimeras are being used to study a number of biological and medical problems.


Unknown: Donald Michie D.Phil.

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

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