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In the South
Introduced by Douglas Clarke
Trains in Future: G. F. Fiennes Line Traffic Manager. Gt. Northern. and G. Freeman Allen. Editor, Trains Illustrated, speculate on the development of express services and the shape of trains to come
A Tour in the West: J. Spencer Gilks on little-noticed oddments of railway operation, with recordings made recently in the West Country
Well Tanks: Snatches of a ride on one of British Railways' oldest locomotives on the Wenford Bridge line. by P. W. B. Semmens


Introduced By: Douglas Clarke
Unknown: P. W. B. Semmens


A series of forty lessons
Script by Ronald Hingley
Lesson 4
Produced by Raymond Escoffey
Recorded broadcast of Nov. 23. 1951


Script By: Ronald Hingley
Produced By: Raymond Escoffey


Questions submitted by listeners are discussed by the panel
Guest panelists: Kenneth Konstan and Mrs. G. Phillips
They bid the following hand Dealer, West: love-all
Introduced by Terence Reese and Harold Frankltalt


Unknown: Kenneth Konstan
Unknown: Mrs. G. Phillips
Introduced By: Terence Reese
Introduced By: Harold Frankltalt


Cariosities of Chess
3: Maroczy's Honeymoon—a Pastiche by Frank Rhoden *
The Champion's Chess
Peter Clarke discusses points of master-play in games by Mikhail Tal
Working to Bute
Talk by Heinrich Fraenkei


Unknown: Frank Rhoden
Unknown: Peter Clarke
Unknown: Mikhail Tal
Talk By: Heinrich Fraenkei


Roger Fiske


Unknown: Roger Fiske

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