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: A Listen and Learn Series RUSSIAN FOR BEGINNERS

Lesson 33
Script by Ronald Hingley


Script By: Ronald Hingley


In the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke
Good for Goods: Ian Waller investigates the success of freight traffic on the Eastern region, talks to some of the customers, and looks at the special freight train ' Lea Valley Enterprise '
In Spain: P. Ransome-Wallis describes some recent trips on Spanish main lines, with recordings from footp)ates and cabs
Diesel Pullman: Douglas Clarke describes a first run on the new train


Introduced By: Douglas Clarke
Unknown: Ian Waller
Unknown: Douglas Clarke


Inter-City Par Contest
The Final
LIVERPOOL (E. L. Figgis , K. Barbour , Mrs. J. L. Richardson , L. G. Helm ) v.
CHESHIRE (J. E. Gordon , Mrs. O. J. Topping. A. P. Driver, C. E. Phillips) They play a hand of Par Contract in which points are given for bidding, lead, and play
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Franklin


Unknown: E. L. Figgis
Unknown: K. Barbour
Unknown: Mrs. J. L. Richardson
Unknown: L. G. Helm
Unknown: J. E. Gordon
Unknown: Mrs. O. J.
Introduced By: Terence Reese
Introduced By: Harold Franklin


My Favourite Game
Talks by Masters and Enthusiast*
I-C. H. O'D. Alexander
When Hastings played Berlin
Talk by Frank Rhoden
Points of Technique 26-Losing a Move (ii)
Gerald Abrahams discusses how White moves and wins in the following position:


Unknown: H. O'D. Alexander
Unknown: When Hastings
Talk By: Frank Rhoden
Unknown: Gerald Abrahams


Roger Fiske
A series of weekly programmes in which a work to be broadcast during the coming week is discussed.


Unknown: Roger Fiske

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