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by Robert Joyce
From Llandaff Cathedral


Unknown: Robert Joyce


An easy anthology
Twenty language lessons based on a pamphlet with grammar commentary by Dennis Ward
University of Edinburgh Script by Peter Norman University of London
Taking part
Emmie Vosnesenskaya Alexis Bobrinskoy
Victor Gregoriy , Peter Norman with the recorded voice of Boris Christoff
Production by Ariadne Nicolaeff
The pamphlet can be obtained, price 6s., through newsagents or booksellers, or direct by sending a crossed postal order for 6s. (not stamps, please) to[address removed]
A Russian pronunciation practice record is also available, and can be obtained from BBC Publications at the above address, price 3s. 6d., plus 9d. for inland postage and packing.


Commentary By: Dennis Ward
Script By: Peter Norman
Unknown: Emmie Vosnesenskaya
Unknown: Alexis Bobrinskoy
Unknown: Victor Gregoriy
Unknown: Peter Norman
Unknown: Boris Christoff
Production By: Ariadne Nicolaeff


Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library:
Johann Strauss 's Die Fledermaua by Mark Lubbock
Recent orchestral records reviewed by Martin Cooper


Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Johann Strauss
Unknown: Mark Lubbock
Reviewed By: Martin Cooper


Work in the world of science
INSECTS AND HISTORY by John Treherne , Ph.D. Unit of Insect Physiology Department of Zoology
University of Cambridge
Insect-borne malaria still menaces millions of human beings. What would be the effect of its eradication? No one can yet tell, but Dr. Treherne .looks at the known effects that two insects have had on man's history-the anopheline mosquito in relation to the origins of European civilisation, and the tsetse fly in the destiny of the southern African continent.


Unknown: John Treherne

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