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Forty programmes designed to give listeners with no previous knowledge of the language a thorough grounding in basic Italian, through the medium of simple conversations and readings. Lesson 6
Monday's recorded broadcast A Listen and Learn series

: In Your Garden

A gardening weekly
Introduced by Roy Hay
Gardening Developments: Richard Martyr, Principal of the Pershore Institute of Horticulture, Worcestershire, talks about the new things that he has tried out or noted this year.
New Ways with House Plants: Frances Perry suggests some unusual methods and containers.


Presenter: Roy Hay
Speaker: Richard Martyr
Speaker: Frances Perry
Producer: John Greenslade


A weekly magazine
Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley
Listeners' questions answered by regular contributors
This week's panel John Howell
Geoffrey Hancock
Norman Goodchild
Chief Constable of Wolverhampton Produced by David Glencross
Questions should be addressed to ' Motoring and the Motorist,' BBC, Birmingham.


Introduced By: Bill Hartley
Unknown: John Howell
Unknown: Geoffrey Hancock
Unknown: Norman Goodchild
Produced By: David Glencross

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