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Benny Green reviews some recent jazz records


A weekly programme of Christian news and comment
Introduced by Vernon Mitchell
News Comment: by Baden Hickman
Ecumenical Youth Conference, Lausanne, July 13-2',: Colin James reports 'Winant Volunteers ': Students from the U.S.A. have spent five or six weeks in London each summer since 1947 helping with youth clubs in the East End. This year some of them are also at work in Bristol, where they are questioned by James Dewar
(The last item is recorded)


Introduced By: Vernon Mitchell
Unknown: Baden Hickman
Unknown: Colin James
Unknown: James Dewar


Introduced by Douglas Clarke Swindon Trip: R. J. Blackmore describes how railwaymen go on holiday Welsh Trio: Richard Hope introduces some recordings made recently on the Festiniog, Talyllyn, and Rheidot Valley lines
The First Train Ferries: James Mc -Ewan recalls the history of the old Forth and Tay train ferry services
Newcastle Town Branch: John Emslie describes a little-known curiosity of railway working


Introduced By: Douglas Clarke Swindon
Unknown: R. J. Blackmore
Introduces: Richard Hope
Introduces: Rheidot Valley
Unknown: James Mc
Unknown: John Emslie

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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