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: ORGAN RECITAL

by George Miles from St. Augustine's Church, Edgbaston. Birmingham

Contributors

Unknown: George Miles

: KEEP UP YOUR RUSSIAN

An Easy Anthology
Lesson 7
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 Peter Norman
Dr. Dimitri Obolensky
Production by Ariadne Nicoiaeff
A Listen And Learn Series
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.

Contributors

Commentary By: Dennis Ward
Script By: Peter Norman
Unknown: Emmie Vosnesenskaya
Unknown: Peter Norman
Unknown: Dr. Dimitri Obolensky
Production By: Ariadne Nicoiaeff

: RECORD REVIEW

Introduced by John Lade
Building a Library:
Beethoven's Symphony No. 4 in B ttat by Trevor Harvey
Beriioz's Damnation of Faust revie.wed by John Warrack

Contributors

Introduced By: John Lade
Unknown: Trevor Harvey
Unknown: John Warrack

: SCIENCE SURVEY

A weekly programme about work in the world of science
SHOCK WAVES by H. J. Pain
Imperial College, London
We normally come across shock waves only when they are causing damage or annoyance-after explosions, for instance, or in the form of supersonic bangs-but they can be produced and studied under controlled conditions in the laboratory. This technique has become an important research tool, used by aerodynamicists, by chemists, and in experiments on thermonuclear fusion.

: Third Programme

See facing page

: MARKET TRENDS

Today's overseas commodity and financial news. and the London Stock Market closing report

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