A preview of the new series of programmes for radio and recording enthusiasts
Introduced by John Kirby
Before We Begin ... R. D. Brown , editor of Tape Recording and Hi-Fi Magazine, John Borwick , assistant editor of Hi-Fi News, and Donald Aldous. technical editor of Gramophone Record Review, are joined by a listener to discuss ' Sound ' and its place in the magazine world
Produced by Marguerite Cutforth
Round 2 : Heat 4
An inter-county competition between NOTTINGHAMSHIRE (Mrs. G. W. Lee and Mrs. H. A. Johnson ) and CAER-NARVONSHIRE (Major W. B. Tatlow and Mrs. W. Gordon )
The players answer questions on bidding and play
This is one of the hands they bid:
Dealer, East: love-all
Mrs. G. W.
Mrs. H. A.
Major W. B.
My Favourite Game
Talks by Masters and Enthusiasts
11-R. G. Wade
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Writers Who Have Changed
Analytical reviews by Harry Golombek
Master r. Listeners
MASTER (White): Chennek Kottnauer LISTENERS (Black}: Harry Golombek
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